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Miller's 'mountain pine' (Pinus montana) and Turra's 'mugo pine' (Pinus mugo). Myth or reality?



Miller's 'mountain pine' (Pinus montana) and Turra's 'mugo pine' (Pinus mugo). Myth or reality?



Revue Forestiere Francaise 32(5): 453-456



The taxonomic status of the 'mountain' pines, under the names P. pumilio P. mugo, P. mughus P. montana and P. uncinata is discussed with reference to the history of nomenclature in this group.

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