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The sub-group of leached ferruginous tropical soils with concretions.



The sub-group of leached ferruginous tropical soils with concretions.



Afr. Soils. 8: 383-429



The three profiles described developed from clayey sandstone, clayey sand or gneiss with fine-grained biotite, in a climatic zone characterized by a single wet season and 900-1400 mm annual rainfall.

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