With 160 registered and/or collected plant species from the period 1827-1875, the Beekbergerwoud is one of the most closely scrutinised 19th century Dutch nature conservation areas. However, the zoological collections from the Beekbergerwoud assembled during the same period have not yet been fully inventorised. This is a clear lacuna, as the reintroduction of locally-extinct species is nog longer restricted to plant species alone for some time already.
Bringing all information together will help distinguish facts from fables in the myths that have arisen around the Beekbergerwoud, enabling the recovery of the original biodiversity.
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