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The central European wild and cultivated North American asters

, : The central European wild and cultivated North American asters. Feddes Repertorium 107(3/4): 163-188

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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