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Die Rinden Unserer Bäume: Die 70 Häufigsten Arten Entdecken, Bestimmen und Verstehen [The Barks of Our Trees: Discovering, Identifying and Understanding the 70 Most Common Species]

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Margot Spohn(Author), Roland Spohn(Author)
392 pages, 810 colour photos
Die Rinden Unserer Bäume: Die 70 Häufigsten Arten Entdecken, Bestimmen und Verstehen [The Barks of Our Trees: Discovering, Identifying and Understanding the 70 Most Common Species]
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  • Die Rinden Unserer Bäume: Die 70 Häufigsten Arten Entdecken, Bestimmen und Verstehen [The Barks of Our Trees: Discovering, Identifying and Understanding the 70 Most Common Species] ISBN: 9783494017990 Hardback Jan 2020 Expected dispatch within 3-4 days
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Language: German

The bark is not only essential for the survival of every tree, but also a year-round distinguishing feature. This new and unique identification book by Margot and Roland Spohn leads readers systematically to the 70 most common tree species, presents the decisive characteristics using brilliant and detailed photos and indicates age and season-related differences. In addition, the book not only provides a lot of interesting and exciting information about the protective and supply function of the bark itself, but also presents the respective tree species with their special features in detail. With the help of this book, it is possible to identify Germany's native trees as well as fruit and park trees all year round and to discover their secrets. It is therefore recommended not only as a constant companion on walks, but also as an "entry aid" for all naturalists and as further reading for advanced tree connoisseurs.

Summary in German:
Die Rinde ist für jeden Baum nicht nur überlebenswichtig, sondern zugleich ein ganzjähriges Erkennungsmerkmal. Dieses neue und in seiner Art einmalige Bestimmungsbuch von Margot und Roland Spohn führt systematisch zu den 70 häufigsten Baumarten, stellt die entscheidenden Merkmale anhand von brillanten und detailgetreuen Fotos vor und weist auf alters- und jahreszeitbedingte Unterschiede hin. Zusätzlich vermittelt das Buch nicht nur viel Wissenswertes und Spannendes über die Schutz- und Versorgungsfunktion der Rinde selbst, sondern stellt die jeweiligen Baumarten mit ihren Besonderheiten ausführlich vor. Mit Hilfe dieses Buches gelingt es, sowohl heimische Bäume wie auch Obst- und Parkbäume rund ums Jahr zu identifizieren und deren Geheimnisse zu ergründen. Damit empfiehlt es sich nicht nur als ständiger Begleiter bei Spaziergängen, sondern auch als "Einstiegshilfe" für alle naturverbundenen Menschen und als weiterführende Literatur für fortgeschrittene Baumkenner.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Margot Spohn(Author), Roland Spohn(Author)
392 pages, 810 colour photos
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