Parco naturale delle Prealpi Giulie


The vegetation you can find while going through the Park valleys is the remarkable result of the joint action of two ecological fundamentals: the particular climatic regime and the geological substratum. High rainfall (the highest European rainfall is recorded in the Musi mountains), as well as relatively mild temperatures and fairly limited temperature ranges create an oceanic-type climatic regime which favours, together with the peculiar ground characteristics, the development of a very rich and varied vegetation. 

The result is a floral complex consisting of more than 1200 species and subspecies and over 60 endemisms, among which Campanula Zoysii, Gentiana Froelichii, Geraneum argenteum and Papaver Julicum.

For further information see the Park publications (pubblicazioni).

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