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Deciduous forest, proper forest, forest - forest ecosystem with dominance in the stand of deciduous trees belonging to angiosperms, without or only with a small admixture of coniferous species. Deciduous forests form several types of plant formations. In Central European conditions, the term is often used to refer to cool, deciduous forests typical of moderate climate, dropping leaves for the winter. Deciduous forests are included in the classification of climatic and plant zones. Deciduous forest is defined as specific types of forest ecosystems forming in different climate and plant zones: deciduous green deciduous forests: deciduous forests deciduous for the winter - found in the temperate climate zone in Europe, Asia and North America, monsoon forests (deciduous forests shedding leaves in the dry season) - found in the subtropical and tropical zone varied for the rainy and dry season, evergreen deciduous forests: humid equatorial forests, laurel forests (broadly speaking temperate rainforests), forests Hardwood deciduous forests as the overarching group are present in the typology of forests according to Vladimir Sukaczew, emphasizing the key importance of tree species occurring in the forest occurring in the upper layer of trees. This typology refers to Eurasian forests and deciduous forests are divided into broad-leaved and small-leaved deciduous forests. Small-leaved deciduous forests are forests with a stand dominated by aspen and warty and mossy birch, called stakes. They form a belt in Asia between the taiga and steppes. Broad-leaved deciduous forests are other deciduous forests for the winter found in the temperate zone in Europe, East Asia and North America. They are dominated by beeches, oaks, hornbeams and lindens.