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The central European wild and cultivated North American asters


Feddes Repertorium 107(3/4): 163-188
The central European wild and cultivated North American asters
The taxonomy and nomenclature of American asters (Aster spp.) that are naturalized in central Europe were reinvestigated. Involucral bracts and disc flowers revealed the most important character states. A key is given for the naturalized and important cultivated species.


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