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flora

noun [U] uk   /ˈflɔː.rə/  us   /ˈflɔːr.ə/ specialized
all the plants of a particular place or from a particular time in history: the flora of the Balearic Islands Stone Age flora
Translations of “flora”
in Vietnamese quần thực vật…
in Spanish flora…
in Thai พืชที่ขึ้นในเฉพาะพื้นที่…
in Malaysian flora…
in French flore…
in German die Flora…
in Chinese (Traditional) (某一地點或時期的)植物群…
in Indonesian flora…
in Russian флора…
in Turkish bitki örtüsü, flora…
in Chinese (Simplified) (某一地点或时期的)植物群…
in Polish flora…
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