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NOUN   a hornbeam | hornbeams
граб {м} обыкновенный [Carpinus betulus]
common hornbeam
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Translation for 'hornbeam' from English to Russian

common hornbeam
граб {м} обыкновенный [Carpinus betulus]бот.T
Usage Examples English
  • Another important event was the immigration of European beech ("Fagus sylvatica") and hornbeam ("Carpinus betulus") from their retreats on the Balkan and south of the Apennines.
  • The municipality's arms might in English heraldic language be described thus: Per fess Or a lion rampant couped just above the line of partition at the thighs guardant and with a forked tail gules armed, langued and crowned azure, and azure a hornbeam seed catkin slipped palewise embowed to dexter, the stem to chief and two hornbeam leaves conjoined at the stem couped bendwise sinister, the stems to chief, the two charges in fess argent.
  • Typical trees employed for bosquets are fine-scaled in leaf, such as linden ("Tilia cordata"), hornbeam ("Carpinus") or hazelnut ("Corylus").
  • A hornbeam-hedged green lane tracks north from Antye to Tilebarn Wood (...) a hornbeam coppice with bluebells and holly called.
  • Nemyriv Park is located in the Nemyriv-Tulchyn geobotanical region of hornbeam-oak and ordinary oak forests.
  • In protected forest there are also specimens of hornbeam, oriental hornbeam ("Carpinus orientalis"), oak, beech, maple, elm. There are also many species of shrubs.
  • This is one of the largest hornbeam woods in Norfolk. It is ancient coppice with standards, and the standards are oak, ash and hornbeam, and there are several uncommon species in the ground flora.
  • Lush forests consists of beech, common hornbeam, Turkey oak, ferns and moss. Arable land is mostly cultivated by the maize.
  • The larvae feed on various smooth-leaved woody plants, including beech, hickory and hornbeam. They are adorned with stinging spines.
  • "Carpinus japonica", the Japanese hornbeam, is a hornbeam endemic to Japan but cultivated elsewhere as an ornamental.
  • The ridge is heavily forested with deciduous trees such as oak, hornbeam, and beech predominating.
  • Other recorded host are Oriental hornbeam ("Carpinus orientalis"), Turkish hazel ("Corylus colurna"), the filbert ("Corylus maxima"), European hop-hornbeam ("Ostrya carpinifolia") and American hophornbeam ("Ostrya virginiana").
  • The larvae feed on various deciduous trees, including hornbeam, hickory and oak.
  • Hornbeam occurs mainly in mixed forests. Oriental hornbeam reaches up to 1500 m above sea level, while common hornbeam spreading all over the forest zone up to 2000 m.
  • the hornbeam, limited to Western Europe) and eastern species (e.g.
  • The specific epithet "carpinifolia" means "hornbeam-leaved", from [...] , the Latin word for "hornbeam".
  • Natural England described the woodland thus: "This site is a good example of a pedunculate oak-hornbeam woodland on Wealden Clay [...] mainly hornbeam coppice-with-standards and oakhazel woodland with some sweet chestnut coppice.
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