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Wet and moist meadows of the Novobystricka vrchovina uplands


, : Wet and moist meadows of the Novobystricka vrchovina uplands. Preslia 56(4): 343-358

The phytosociological associations Caricetum rostratae, Scirpetum sylvatici and Angelico-Cirsietum palustris as found in the Novobystricka vrchovina area are described.

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