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Definition of dry meadow

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Definition as written by Magpye:

An area .. where during the spring, early summer, and in some open winters .. there is a green-up of succulent vegetation. These areas are relatively few in number and highly important for sustaining animal populations within whose habitat these meadows exist. During the summer and fall, there is normally dry vegetation.


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