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In England every wood has its own name as if it were a village. 552. Woodland structure In woodland, the trees, as well as other plants, are usually wildlife. They have grown naturally; they will usually have been cut down (often many times) and have grown again by coppicing. ) On the trees are epiphytes such as mosses and lichens and polypody fern, best developed in damp western regions. Flowering-plant epiphytes (not rooted in the ground) are few in Britain except on pollards. Under the trees there may or may not be layers of understorey trees and shrubs such as dogwood.
FIG 1. Regions of Britain and Ireland. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This book is based on information gathered here and there over nearly 50 years. I am indebted, first, to successive Masters and Fellows of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, for their tolerance, encouragement, and the links they have given me to many fields of learning. Next, to hundreds of landowners who have welcomed me into their woods, and to scores of friends and helpers who have shown me their favourite places. I particularly thank: Cambridge: Michael Astor, Paul Freeman, Nicholas Hammond, the late William Palmer, the late Franklyn Perring, Jon and Mark Powell, Chris Preston, Peter Sell, Ray Symonds, Edmund Tanner, Charles Turner, the late Max Walters, Harold Whitehouse, Richard Woolnough.
552. Woodland structure In woodland, the trees, as well as other plants, are usually wildlife. They have grown naturally; they will usually have been cut down (often many times) and have grown again by coppicing. ) On the trees are epiphytes such as mosses and lichens and polypody fern, best developed in damp western regions. Flowering-plant epiphytes (not rooted in the ground) are few in Britain except on pollards. Under the trees there may or may not be layers of understorey trees and shrubs such as dogwood.
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