Riverside trees

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Riverside woods are woodlands in the form of a narrow band, in this case following the course of the river Ter, which are deciduous and are on land which is constantly damp owing to a high groundwater level. The changes to its conditions by humankind has meant that little by little it has vanished from many places in this area and has been replaced by plantations of banana plants and black poplars. On this stretch of the river we note the presence of some species typical of these woods, such as the ash, the white willow, the weeping willow and the alder (photo).