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Dwarf pine and mountain pine: Pinus mugo Turra and Pinus uncinata Miller (family Pinaceae)



Dwarf pine and mountain pine: Pinus mugo Turra and Pinus uncinata Miller (family Pinaceae)



Sherwood Foreste ed Alberi Oggi 6(10): 45-48



The geographical distribution in Europe of Pinus mugo and P. uncinata is described, as well as their morphology, ecology, pests and diseases, management and silvicultural aspects.

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