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Csorvási loess grassland
 

Photo: Sallainé Kapocsi JuditThe habitat of the highly protected, extremely rare and endangered plant species, the Transsylvanian adonis, is located on a small patch of the Békés-Csanádi loess grassland. There are only two habitats of this plant species in the Carpathian basin: one of them is in Romania, near the town Cluj, while the other is in the South Great Plain, on the area of Körös-Maros National Park.The adonis is in bloom from the beginning of March. Besides it there are a lot of other protected plants of the loess fields, among them the vetővirág, the dwarf almond, the hare’s foot and the steppe periwinkle.In the past centuries the roots of Transsylvanian adonis and spring adonis were used to cure different inflammations (e.g. abscesses) of domestic animals. The collecting and the disappearance of habitats have been the main reasons for the thinning of Transsylvanian adonis. The National Park tries to preserve the only Hungarian habitat of this plant by grassing the buffer areas and by appropriate treatment of the loess field where it grows.

   
 
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