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coscoja

  
      sf   kermes oak
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See also:

cosaco, coso, coscacho, coco

"coscoja": examples and translations in context
También podemos encontrar aulaga (Ulex parviflorus), zarzamora (Rubus ulmifolius), estepa blanca (Cistus albidus), carrizo (Ampelodesmos mauritanica), enebro (Juniperus oxycedrus), así como coscoja (Quercus coccifera). There is also gorse (Ulex parviflorus), elm-leaved blackberry (Rubus ulmifolius), white-leaved rock rose (Cistus albidus), Mauritanian grass (Ampelodesmos mauritanica), prickly juniper (Juniperus oxycedrus), and Kermes oak (Quercus coccifera).
En el resto abundan especies termófilas propias del matorral esclerófilo sobre substrato calcáreo: coscoja (Quercus coccifera), palmito (Chamaerops humilis), lentisco (Pistacea lentiscus), romero (Rosmarinus officinalis), etc. Other abundant thermophilic species typical of the sclerophyllic scrubland on calcareous substratum are: Kermes Oak (Quercus coccifera), Chamaerops (Chamaerops humilis), Mastic (Pistacea lentiscus), and Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis).
Así pues, entre su flora destaca el palmito, el mirto, el madroño y la coscoja, aunque también abundan las plantas aromáticas como el romero y el tomillo. Local dwarf palm trees, myrtles, strawberry trees and kermes oaks deserve special mention although there are also plenty of aromatic plants such as rosemary or thyme.
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