Current state of the Poetea bulbosae class in the Iberian Peninsula Estado actual de la clase Poetea bulbosae en la Península Ibérica

@article{Cano2007CurrentSO,
  title={Current state of the Poetea bulbosae class in the Iberian Peninsula Estado actual de la clase Poetea bulbosae en la Pen{\'i}nsula Ib{\'e}rica},
  author={Eusebio Cano and Miguel Ladero and Antonio Garc{\'i}a-Fuentes and Carlos Pinto-Gomes and Ana Cano-Ortiz},
  journal={Phytocoenologia},
  year={2007},
  volume={37},
  pages={645-661}
}
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