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Digitalis purpurea

During the field work in the “Marburger Open Forest” (Natur4.0) the forest shows new facets over the course of the year. Last year’s rosettes of the foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) have developed magnificently. The bark beetles provided the forest shelves with plenty of sunshine. #biodiversity

Bark beetles (Ips typographus) opened the canopy and triggers the foxglove’s development.

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