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Centuries-old chesnut grove
Above Porto, the ridges lead to a miraculous forest. Near the village of Ota, several hundred years old chestnut groves have seen several generations turn their fruits into flour. These Corsican "bread trees" are victims of the Chestnut Gall Wasp, a tiny wasp from China that lays in flower buds. When the larvae develop, galls form and damage them.
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