The Quercus robur forest colonised is an English oak species variation, dedicated to the representation of forest-grown oaks. It includes epiphytic plants colonising the trunk and the branches: 3D lichens, moss and polypody ferns. The English oak is one of the most common oak species in Europe and up to the Caspian Sea, where it is usually the dominant tree species in forest. Quercus robur is a relatively tall tree, up to 35 m, with a very long life span up to 700 years old or more. It is also a very useful species for its high energy firewood, its root-roof hardwood used for carpentry and its fruits for animal feeding. Sometimes, the English oak is also used for landscaping streets and parks.
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