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Basic data on fir (Abies alba) in Slovakia

, : Basic data on fir (Abies alba) in Slovakia. Lesnicky Casopis 35(6): 5-15

A description is presented of the ecology and natural distribution and changes in area (from 1970 to 1985) of fir (Abies alba) in Slovakia.

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