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ECTOMYCORRHIZAE OF ALBATRELLUS OVINUS (SCUTIGERACEAE) ON NORWAY SPRUCE WITH SOME REMARKS ON THE SYSTEMATIC POSITION OF THE FAMILY

@article{Agerer1996ECTOMYCORRHIZAEOA,
  title={ECTOMYCORRHIZAE OF ALBATRELLUS OVINUS (SCUTIGERACEAE) ON NORWAY SPRUCE WITH SOME REMARKS ON THE SYSTEMATIC POSITION OF THE FAMILY},
  author={Reinhard Agerer and D{\"o}rte Klostermeyer and Wolfgang Steglich and Felix Franz and Georg Acker},
  journal={Mycotaxon},
  year={1996},
  volume={59},
  pages={289-307}
}
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