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Interspecific morphological differences between scotch pine pinus sylvestris and dwarf mountain pine pinus mugo revealed by wing measurements



Interspecific morphological differences between scotch pine pinus sylvestris and dwarf mountain pine pinus mugo revealed by wing measurements



Bulletin de la Societe des Amis des Sciences et des Lettres de Poznan Serie D Sciences Biologiques 24: 79-86



Interpopulational variability of wing characters in natural populations of dwarf mountain pine (P. mugo) and Scots pine (P. sylvestris) were investigated by use of discriminant analysis and minimum spanning tree. The populations spread into 2 groups belonging to 2 investigated species showing that wings variability can be emphasized in taxonomic accounts of the 2 taxa in question.

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