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Longueur 23,9 km
Bassin  ?
Bassin collecteur Charente
Débit moyen  ?
Régime pluvial océanique
Se jette dans Charente
Pays traversés Drapeau de France France

La Péruse est une rivière de l'ouest de la France et un affluent de la Charente. Elle arrose les départements des Deux-Sèvres et de la Charente, dans la région Poitou-Charentes.



La Péruse fait 23,9 km de longueur[1].


La Péruse n'a pas d'affluent contributeur connu[1].

Communes et cantons traversés

La Péruse traverse les sept communes - dans l'ordre alphabétique - de Bernac, Condac, Londigny, Montjean, Ruffec, Saint-Martin-du-Clocher, Sauzé-Vaussais[1].

Soit en termes de cantons, La Péruse traverse - sans ordre défini - les Canton de Villefagnan, Canton de Ruffec et Canton de Sauzé-Vaussais.

Notes et références

  1. a, b et c SANDRE, « Fiche rivière la péruse (R0160500) ». Consulté le 7 juillet 2008

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