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Some species of cress family (Brassicaceae) and their indicator value

Gozdarski Vestnik 56(3): 149-156
Some species of cress family (Brassicaceae) and their indicator value
Seven species of bittercress (Dentaria (Cardamine) spp. and Lunaria rediviva) are described as indicators of site types of beech forests in Slovenia.

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