Patagonia, The Laws of the Forest
Bibliography
Let’s start with Hawaii
I) Presentation

The rules of the game: How to use The Laws
Attitudes and recommendations in the field
The players: The species
The field game: The Andean-Patagonian Forests
Origin, isolation and evolution
Random games and more: cards and genetic variation
II) The Laws of the Forest

The leaves of the trees
The seduction of the flowers
The temptation of the fruit
The growth and death of the plants
Pure and mixed forests
Resistance and adaptation:
Lack of water
Low temperatures
Fire, volcanoes and earthquakes
The Ice: past and present
The lakes and the forest
III) Along the paths of the Forest

Flora

The trees
The Conifers:
The Araucaria
The Alerce: giant of the forest
The Austral Cypress
The Ciprés de las Guaytecas
The flowering trees
The Nothofagus: Lenga, Ñire, Raulí, Roble Pellín, Coihue, Guindo
The myrtle Arrayán
The Winter’s Bark
The Maitén
Growing under the trees: the understory
       The Colihue cane
       The Bushes
Plants that grow on other plants: The epiphytes
The Hemiparasites
Lianas and creepers
Mosses
Lichens
Ferns
The Forest Fungi

Fauna

The insects
Insects and flowers
Insects harming plants
The Amphibians
The Reptiles

The Birds
       Birds that feed on insects:
              Woodpeckers
              Thorn-tailed Rayadito
              Chucao Tapaculo and Black-throated Huet-huet
       Birds that feed on nectar of flowers:
              Green-backed Firecrown
       Birds that base their diet on fruits and seeds:
              Austral Parakeet
       Birds of varied diet:
              White-crested Elaenia
              Austral Thrush
              Chilean Pigeon
       Scavengers and birds of prey in or near the Forest:
              The Andean Condor
              Black-chested Buzzard-eagle
              Crested Caracara and White-throated Caracara
              Austral Pigmy-Owl
       Waterfowl:
              Great Grebe and some relatives
              Torrent Duck
The Mammals
       The Monito del Monte
       The Rodents
       The Bats
       The Deers: The Huemul and the Pudú
       The Foxes
       The Guanaco
       The Huillín (large River Otter)
       The Felines





The Foreign Legion: introduced species
Us as part of Nature
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