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Natural monuments

Read more...To become a natural monument centuries have to pass through a tree until it becomes a natural monument and it is said that in the kingdom of the vegetarian, being old is an honor. The concept of talking about a natural monument could sound new but it isn’t. Through the history and over the whole world they are called ancient. The european celtas adored the woods. And it still does in indonesian the pintubi, men who give a big hugh to the trees, are adoring them.

Mushrooms and hongos in Íllora

Read more...Introducion to the mitologic part of the mushroom You can come close to nature walking around and smelling rain on the leaves, but under those plants of leaves after a rainy day, you can find hongos and mushrooms ready to cut and to put them into a basket in order to take them home and have a mushroom omelet or any kind of other dish where mushrooms are being involved.

Ecosistemas: Fauna

Read more...There are more one hundred kinds of birds making there nests in this territory, which increases as we are in winter time because of the winter birds. We do have eight kinds of anfibis and sixteen reptiles, twenty-two kinds of mamiferes, without counting the bats. Streams With the knowing that we generally say that all birds are the same, it must be said that a lot of them are living around streams, in order to drink, the Genil river is not a streambut a lot of birds live around that river up to Brácana.

Ecosistemas: Flora

Read more...It filled the Sierra Madrid and Parapanda with tree types of pine trees and some cipres, with a age of 500 years. The first of those is the one that doesn’t support cold and is found at 1000 m it is called pine carrasco afther 1000 m you can find the denne tree and the maritimo tree and after about 1300 m silvester pine trees can be found. At the Sierra Madrid is found an important pine tree mixt at the north face with pine encinas.

Pluviometric system


The municipality of Íllora counts on two ombriotypes of pluviometric floors, the dry one, with some rainfalls from 450 l to 650 l m2 a year, which affects to a low area, up to 600 m altitude. And the sub rain, with a maximum of 1001 m2 in the summits of Parapanda. Including the rainfalls.

Bioclimatologic vegetation

Read more...Keeping in mind, things as temperature, rainfalls, we can see a difference between bioclimatologic vegetation and normal vegetation. Mesomediterraneo: Its altitude is between 400 or 500 m up to 1200 m and everything always depends on the orientation of the land or other climatic factors.

Edafologic system

Read more...The physic, geologic and climatologic aspects of a region determinate its vegetation. It even has to condition its inhabitants and fauna. Edafics facts are those which keep in mind the composition of the ground, its uses or its possible degradation by human actions. We can find the next kind of floor.