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Fruits nuts, trigonal or ovoid, sides slight concave, margins sharp, apex elongated, acuminous in angles, winged at apex, hilum triangular at the base, 14-15 x 8-9 mm. Surface smooth, slight lustrous, glabrous, cinnamon-brown. 2n = 24. Native to the submontane forests of western and central Europe, 300-1300 m; costly economic and 135. Corylus avellana L. − Shrub, up to 6 m high, bark greyish-brown, young twigs glandular-downy. Fruits nutlets, globose or wide ovoid, with hard woody shell, apex tapering into a tip, hilum close to buff, 14-20 x 10-15 mm.

Seeds hard-shelled, longish-ovoid or triangular, 4-5 x 2-3 mm. Surface tuberculate, dull, brown, with 2-4 lustrous, smaller or bigger pitching growths. 2n = 22. Native to and common throughout 79. , J. arborescens Moench − Shrub or tree, up to 15-25 m high, corona conical to broadly conical. Seeds hardshelled, obovoid, apex rounded, whitish-grey, lower part reddish-brown with numerous pitch 15 CUPRESSACEAE CUPRESSACEAE 70 72 71 73 76 74 79 77 75 78 EPHEDRACEAE MAGNOLIACEAE 84. Magnolia kobus DC.

Abies concolor Lindl. et Gord. − Tree, up to 40 m high with dome-shaped corona cones upright, cylindrical. Seeds round triangular, cuneate, flattish, apex truncate, 8-10 x 5-7 mm, wings 8-10 x 5-7 mm. Surface slight lustrous wrinkly, pale-brown, wings light-brown. 2n =24. Originally introduced from western North American mountains, tolerant of pollution, suitable for parks in towns; in the Carpathians often planted in parks. Br, Hu, Mo, Sk, Uk. 4. PINACEAE 9. Abies grandis (Dougl. ex D. , A. gordoniana Carr.

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