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mountain elaenia [Elaenia frantzii] Bergelaenie {f}
mountain everlasting [Antennaria dioica] Gewöhnliches Katzenpfötchen {n}
mountain everlasting [Antennaria dioica] Gemeines Katzenpfötchen {n}
mountain everlasting [Antennaria dioica]Himmelfahrtsblümchen {n}
mountain everlasting [Antennaria dioica]Zweihäusiges Katzenpfötchen {n}
mountain face Bergwand {f}
mountain face Gebirgswand {f}
mountain fantail [Rhipidura drownei] Bergfächerschwanz {m}
mountain farmBergbauernhof {m}
mountain farmer Bergbauer {m}
mountain farming Berglandwirtschaft {f}
mountain farmsteadBergbauernhof {m}
mountain fastnessBergfeste {f}
mountain fastnessBergfestung {f}
mountain feverHöhenkoller {m}
mountain feverBergfieber {n}
mountain fever [obs.] [brucellosis]Brucellose {f}
mountain filmBergfilm {m}
mountain finch [Fringilla montifringilla] Bergfink {m}
mountain finch [Fringilla montifringilla]Nordfink {m}
mountain finches [family Fringillidae, genus Leucosticte] Schneegimpel {pl}
mountain firetail [Oreostruthus fuliginosus] Bergamadine {f}
mountain fish [Morchella elata, syn.: M. conica] [black morel] Hohe Morchel {f}
mountain fish [Morchella elata, syn.: M. conica] [black morel] Spitz-Morchel / Spitzmorchel {f}
mountain flat gecko [Afroedura nivaria, syn.: Oedura nivaria] Schnee-Felsengecko / Schneefelsengecko {m}
mountain flax [Linum alpinum]Alpen-Lein / Alpenlein {m}
mountain flax [Linum ockendonii] Berg-Lein {m}
mountain fleabane [Erigeron alpinus] Alpen-Berufkraut {n}
mountain fleece [Persicaria amplexicaulis, syn.: polygonum amplexicaule]Kerzen-Knöterich / Kerzenknöterich {m}
mountain flora Gebirgsflora {f}
mountain flourKieselgur {f}
mountain flourDiatomeenerde {f}
mountain flour Infusorienerde {f}
mountain flower Gebirgsblume {f}
mountain flowerpecker [Dicaeum monticolum]Borneomistelfresser {m}
mountain flycatcher [Ficedula bonthaina]Bonthaingrundschnäpper {m} [auch: Bonthain-Grundschnäpper]
mountain flycatcher warbler [Chloropeta similis] Bambusrohrsänger {m}
mountain fold [origami] Bergfalte {f}
mountain fold and valley fold [folding technique]Bergfalte und Talfalte [Falten- / Falttechnik]
mountain forest Bergwald {m}
mountain forestGebirgswald {m}
mountain forests Gebirgswälder {pl}
mountain fork-moss [Dicranum montanum, syn.: Orthodicranum montanum] Berg-Gabelzahnmoos {n}
mountain formationGebirgsbildung {f}
mountain fortressBergfestung {f}
mountain foxtail [Alopecurus alpinus, syn.: A. alpinus alpinus, A. behringianus, A. borealis, A. glaucus, A. magellanicus] Gerards Fuchsschwanz {m}
mountain foxtail [Alopecurus alpinus, syn.: A. alpinus alpinus, A. behringianus, A. borealis, A. glaucus, A. magellanicus]Alpen-Fuchsschwanz / Alpenfuchsschwanz {m}
mountain foxtail [Alopecurus alpinus, syn.: A. alpinus alpinus, A. behringianus, A. borealis, A. glaucus, A. magellanicus] Anden-Fuchsschwanzgras {n}
mountain fritillary [Boloria napaea] [butterfly] Ähnlicher Perlmutterfalter {m}
mountain fritillary [Boloria napaea] [butterfly] Ähnlicher Perlmuttfalter {m}
mountain frontGebirgsfront {f}
mountain fulvetta [Alcippe peracensis] Malaienalcippe {f}
mountain fulvetta [Alcippe striaticollis, syn.: Schoeniparus rufogularis] Bergalcippe {f} [auch: Berg-Alcippe]
mountain galaxias [Galaxias olidus] Gebirgsgalaxie {f}
mountain garter snake [Thamnophis elegans elegans] Gewöhnliche Berg-Strumpfbandnatter / Bergstrumpfbandnatter {f}
mountain gazelle [Gazella gazella] Edmigazelle {f}
mountain gazelle [Gazella gazella]Echtgazelle {f}
mountain gazelle [Gazella gazella] Atlasgazelle {f}
mountain gem [also: mountain-gem or mountaingem] [genus Lampornis] [hummingbird]Bergjuwel {m} [Kolibri der Gattung Lampornis]
mountain germander [Teucrium montanum] Berg-Gamander {m}
mountain germander [Teucrium montanum] Alpen-Gamander / Alpengamander {m}
mountain germander [Teucrium montanum]Alpenbalsam / Alpen-Balsam {m}
mountain gerygone [Gerygone cinerea] Weißbürzelgerygone {f}
mountain giant Sunda rat [Sundamys infraluteus] Gebirgs-Sunda-Riesenratte {f}
mountain girl Bergmädchen {n}
mountain glacier Gebirgsgletscher {m}
mountain god Berggott {m}
mountain gorilla [Gorilla beringei beringei] Berggorilla {m}
mountain gorilla population Berggorilla-Population {f} [auch: Berggorillapopulation]
mountain grackle [Macroagelaius subalaris]Braunachselstärling {m}
mountain grape [Mahonia aquifolium, syn.: M. piperiana, Berberis aquifolium, B. piperiana, Odostemon aquifolium] Stechdornblättrige Mahonie {f}
mountain grape [Mahonia aquifolium, syn.: M. piperiana, Berberis aquifolium, B. piperiana, Odostemon aquifolium] Gemeine Mahonie {f}
mountain grape [Mahonia aquifolium, syn.: M. piperiana, Berberis aquifolium, B. piperiana, Odostemon aquifolium] (Gewöhnliche) Mahonie {f}
mountain grape [Vitis rupestris] Sand-Rebe {f}
mountain grape [Vitis rupestris] Fels-Rebe {f}
mountain green-veined white [Pieris bryoniae] [butterfly] Bergweißling {m} [Tagfalterart]
mountain grenadiers Gebirgsgrenadiere {pl}
mountain grisette [Amanita nivalis]Schneescheidenstreifling {m}
mountain grisette [Amanita nivalis]Alpiner Scheidenstreifling {m}
mountain ground squirrel [Xerus princeps] Kaokoveld-Borstenhörnchen {n}
mountain ground squirrel [Xerus princeps]Damara-Borstenhörnchen {n}
mountain groundsel [Senecio sylvaticus] [woodland ragwort]Wald-Greiskraut {n} [auch: Waldgreiskraut]
mountain group Gruppe {f} von Bergen
mountain groupBerggruppe {f}
mountain guideBergführer {m}
mountain guide [female] Bergführerin {f}
mountain guides associationBergführerverband {m}
mountain gunGebirgsgeschütz {n}
mountain hardyhead [Craterocephalus nouhuysi, syn.: Atherinichthys nouhuysi] Fly-Hartköpfchen {n}
mountain hardyhead [Craterocephalus nouhuysi, syn.: Atherinichthys nouhuysi] Berghartköpfchen {n}
mountain hare [Lepus timidus] Schneehase {m}
mountain harebell [Campanula lasiocarpa]Behaarte Glockenblume {f}
mountain hawk-eagle [Nisaetus nipalensis, syn.: Spizaetus nipalensis]Nepalhaubenadler {m}
mountain hawk-eagle [Spizaetus nipalensis] Bergadler {m}
mountain hawk's-beard / hawksbeard [Crepis bocconei, syn.: C. montana, C. pontana, Andryala pontana, Hieracium montanum, Omalocline montana] Berg-Pippau {m}
mountain (health) resortHöhenkurort {m}
mountain heightBergeshöhe {f} [geh.]
mountain heightsBergeshöhen {pl} [poet.]
mountain hemlock [Tsuga mertensiana] Berg-Hemlocktanne {f}
mountain hen [Tinamus major]Großtinamu {m}
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