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dinsdag 4 juli 2017

Savelsbos (forest) NL

The Savelsbos (Limburgish: Savelsbösj) is a 6 km long, often narrow belt of slope forests on the (often steep) Eastern Meuse valley slope, Eastern and South East of Maastricht and located between the villages of Cadier en Keer, Gronsveld, Eckelrade, Sint Geertruid, Moerslag and Rijckholt. The surface is approximately 240 ha. The forest has very steep, often erosive slopes with height intervals of 70 m to 125 m. The soil consists of chalk, loess and gravel layers.
The Savelsbos is subdivided into the Eijsderbos, the Rijckholterbos,  Riesenberg and the actual Savelsbos

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valeriaan - valerian


ruig klokje - nettle-leaved bellflower



gestreepte goudspanner op grote brandnetel - yellow shell on stinging nettle

klimop en braam - ivy and blackberry 

bruin zandoogje op akkerdistel - meadow brown on field thistle










koevinkje op valeriaan - ringlet on valerian


rode wegslak - red slug



atalanta - red admiral

Gronsveld

atalanta - red admiral

stalkaars - denseflower mullein


blauwe reiger - grey heron


Gronsveld



grote klis - greater burdock


Gronsveld

gehakkelde aurelia - comma

op hondenstront - on dog shit


in the background: Mt St Peter

ruig klokje - nettle-leaved bellflower












ree - roe deer




background: Mt St Peter and ENCI marl mine

rivierkruiskruid - senecio


valeriaan - valerian

aardhommel en klein koolwitje op kruiskruid - buff-tailed bumblebee and small white on senecio





gehakkelde aurelia op braam - comma on blackberry


Mt St Peter and ENCI marl mine


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