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Palms on the Maltese islands

, : Palms on the Maltese islands. Principes 39(4): 190-196

Notes are given on the ecology and uses of Chamaerops humilis, Phoenix dactylifera, P. canariensis, Washingtonia robusta and W. filifera.

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