Notes: Loess is a depositional landform (aeolian sediment formed by accumulation of wind-blown silt) whereas the others namely, Inselbergs, Zeugen and Buttes are erosional landforms.
Inselberg is a term for an isolated hill or a lone mountain that has risen above the surrounding area, typically by surviving erosion.
Zeugens are formed by wind abrasion where a surface layer of hard rock is underlain by a layer of soft rock into a ridge and furrow landscape.
Buttes are formed by erosion when hard cap rock covers a layer of softer rock that is eventually worn away. The hard rock thus resists erosion.