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Contribution to the biosystematic and ecological study of the orophilic complex Carex sempervirens Vill. (Cyperaceae). Attempt at a synthesis for the north Mediterranean mountain ridge

, : Contribution to the biosystematic and ecological study of the orophilic complex Carex sempervirens Vill. (Cyperaceae). Attempt at a synthesis for the north Mediterranean mountain ridge. Pirineos 36(128): 23-64

A key is given to the component taxa of the C. sempervirens complex. C. bulgarica and C. sempervirens subsp. pseudotristis had stomata on both sides of the leaves whereas subsp. sempervirens and subsp. tristis had stomata on the lower surface only.

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