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Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: recognition, role, and seed source. 4. Pinus mugo Turra - dwarf mountan pine; Pinus uncinata Mirbel - mountain pine



Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: recognition, role, and seed source. 4. Pinus mugo Turra - dwarf mountan pine; Pinus uncinata Mirbel - mountain pine



FRI Bulletin, Forest Research Institute, New Zealand (124): 10



Morphology, growth, uses, natural regeneration and pests and diseases are discussed.

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