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Quaternary refugia of north European trees

, : Quaternary refugia of north European trees. Journal of Biogeography 18(1): 103-115

An attempt is made to investigate the nature of cold-stage distributions for those forest trees which today extend to northern Europe.

Accession: 002200936

DOI: 10.2307/2845248

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