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Bäume und Ihre Bewohner: Der Naturführer zum Reichen Leben an Bäumen und Sträuchern [Trees and their Tenants: The Field guide to the Rich Life on Trees and Shrubs]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Margot Spohn(Author), Roland Spohn(Author)
304 pages, 335 colour photos, 65 illustrations
Bäume und Ihre Bewohner: Der Naturführer zum Reichen Leben an Bäumen und Sträuchern [Trees and their Tenants: The Field guide to the Rich Life on Trees and Shrubs]
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  • Bäume und Ihre Bewohner: Der Naturführer zum Reichen Leben an Bäumen und Sträuchern [Trees and their Tenants: The Field guide to the Rich Life on Trees and Shrubs] ISBN: 9783258079509 Paperback Feb 2016 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Language: German

From root to branch tip, every tree and every bush offers a rich habitat for fungi, plants, butterflies, beetles, birds, small mammals and many others. Some of them turn out to be enemies, others friends, and often guests and hosts benefit mutually from each other.

Bäume und Ihre Bewohner shows this diversity on 50 trees and shrubs native to Switzerland. It explains how the partners react to each other, benefit from each other, and how uninvited guests are gotten rid off again. Many of these amazing relationships can easily be easily observed in the woods, the city park or in the garden. Margot and Roland Spohn show the reader the fascinating communities found on oak, spruce, rose and apple tree.

Summary in German:
Jeder Baum und jeder Strauch bietet von der Wurzel bis zur Zweigspitze einen reichhaltigen Lebensraum für Pilze, andere Pflanzen, Schmetterlinge, Käfer, Vögel, Kleinsäuger und viele mehr. Manche von ihnen entpuppen sich als Feinde, andere als Freunde, und oft profitieren Gast und Gastgeber gegenseitig voneinander.

Bäume und Ihre Bewohner porträtiert das reiche Leben an und um 50 einheimische Bäume und Sträucher. Es erläutert, wie die Partner aufeinander reagieren, voneinander profitieren und wie ungebetene Gäste wieder ausgeladen werden. Viele dieser verblüffenden Beziehungen lassen sich leicht im Wald, im Stadtpark oder im Garten beobachten. Margot und Roland Spohn führen uns faszinierende Lebensgemeinschaften auf Eiche, Fichte, Rose und Apfelbaum vor Augen.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Margot Spohn(Author), Roland Spohn(Author)
304 pages, 335 colour photos, 65 illustrations
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