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longleaf pine savanna


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A park‐like type of vegetation, shaded by tall pines, kept open by frequent wildfires, with a diverse layer of grasses and flowering plants including rare orchids, which was once common along the gulf coastal plain of Louisiana in the USA but has been reduced to isolated fragments as a result of land use changes.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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