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beech

a forest tree of the genus Fagus with glossy oval leaves, thin, smooth, greyish bark and fine-grained wood.

beech

see fagus.
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2015: The fat dormouse, Glis glis, in Lithuania: living outside the range of the European beech, Fagus sylvatica.
Designers of furniture, doors, millwork and cabinetry find European beech is a kind of blank canvas or a clean slate that can be transformed into a variety of designs, styles and colors," said Doug Martin, president of North American sales and marketing at Pollmeier Inc.
1988) or European beech (Sardin, 2008) can dominate and eliminate sessile oak trees.
Floor everyone with this City Engineered European beech three strip lacquered flooring, starting at pounds 17.
Made with kiln-dried European beech wood and a frame that features mortise and tenon joinery with groove-joined corner blocks, the Carnegie Chair's dark wood and white upholstery make it fitting for cocktail bars and white table-cloth restaurants.
Google has planted more than 12,000 3D trees native to London''s Royal Parks, including weeping willow, Tibetan cherry and European beech.
Studies of the European beech have shown that the physical presence of this species is important for maintaining ecosystem structure and that there are certain aspects of its autecology that are important for some insectivorous and granivorous bird and mammal species (Nielson, 1977; Nilsson, 1985; Packham et al.
Brambling breed in northern Europe and usually flock in masses in central European beech woods during the winter with small numbers reaching the UK.
In a smaller space, grow a narrow European beech (Fagus sylvatica 'Fastigiata').
There's the beloved European beech tree to the west, its nuts used to make that strange-flavored Beech-Nut chewing gum, its bark resembling the skin of an elephant.

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