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The vegetation of the Paular valley, Sierra de Guadarrama, Madrid. I


, : The vegetation of the Paular valley, Sierra de Guadarrama, Madrid. I. Lazaroa 12: 153-272

A detailed phytosociological study was made based on 392 releves of this region in Spain, including the potential natural communities (Pino-Juniperetea, Quercetea ilicis and Querco-Fagetea), the shrubby and herbaceous forest fringes, and the scrubby seral communities.

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