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Le Marais de Groléjac

By Brian Cave - Wednesday, July 24, 2013

 How magnificent are the pendulous tussocks of Carex paniculata.  Above them rise  trunks of alder trees which  reflect in the almost stagnant water of the creeks. It would seem sub… Read more…

The Hatchet Vetch – A rare species in France

By Brian Cave - Monday, July 1, 2013

In Latin Securigera coronilla. The dull spring and early summer has been a season of sweaters and long trousers. Rain has delayed the hay harvests,  and the vegetation is high… Read more…

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