Portuguese translation of 'flora'
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The Victorian fashion for turning parlours and libraries into museums of preserved flora and fauna spoke of a resistance to decay, a denial of mortality.The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
But this tropical island also boasts an abundance of rich flora and fauna on land.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The experts leading each expedition will share their knowledge on the area and the local flora and fauna too.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The owner knows a great deal about local flora and fauna and can offer advice on walks suited to your interests.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The spider is just one of the incredible creatures featured in this edition of Natural World exploring the fauna and flora of the hostile mountain range.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
They often retain what remains of the local flora and are vital wildlife corridors, as are bits of farmland and public land managed the same way.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
This fostered his love of mountains, birds and all fauna and flora; the last preoccupation almost certainly saved his life.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You begin by harvesting the local flora, filling your belly with berries and constructing torches to keep the monsters of the night at bay.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Your little ones can get to know the names of all the local flora and fauna in the Wildlife Detective programme.The Sun (2011)
It was also a good year for native flora as well as fauna.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Such waste can disrupt biodiversity by killing off flora and fauna.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Keeping native flora safe is not rocket science; but it is plant science.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Apart from their scarcity these landscapes derive value from the flora and fauna found in them.Rural Land-Use Planning in Developed Nations (1989)
As a result the ground flora is much richer than that in the Forest proper.A Guide to Britain&apos;s Conservation Heritage (1991)
There is little ground flora beneath the yew but elsewhere there are carpets of wild flowers.A Guide to Britain&apos;s Conservation Heritage (1991)
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'flora' in Other Languages
British English: flora /ˈflɔːrə/ NOUN
You can refer to plants as flora, especially the plants growing in a particular area.
The forest has about 400 different types of flora.
- American English: flora
- Arabic: نَبَاتات
- Brazilian Portuguese: flora
- Chinese: 植物群
- Croatian: flora
- Czech: flóra
- Danish: flora
- Dutch: flora
- European Spanish: flora
- Finnish: kasvisto
- French: flore
- German: Flora
- Greek: χλωρίδα
- Italian: flora
- Japanese: 植物相
- Korean: 식물군
- Norwegian: flora
- Polish: flora
- European Portuguese: flora
- Romanian: floră
- Russian: флора
- Spanish: flora
- Swedish: flora
- Thai: พืชที่ขึ้นในเฉพาะพื้นที่
- Turkish: bitki örtüsü
- Ukrainian: флора
- Vietnamese: hệ thực vật
Translation of flora from the Collins English to Portuguese
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