"Chionotrypa". The name "Falakro", derives from low vegetation because of soil"s structure that does not allow the development of high vegetation. Specifically, the vegetation thats covers Falakro, as it is observed today, is 45% grassland, 35% forest and 20% shrubs, brushwood, rocks and bare soil. The fauna is also proportional to the botanical interest. Except for the common mammals and birds of the wide region, we meet rare invertebrates that characterize the value of fauna. The Falakro Mountain gathers many, rare for Greece, herbaceous plants. Typical is the variety of wildflowers (Bearberry, wild pansy, pasque flower, valerian, bluebells, wild ping etc.).