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On the distinction between Plagiothecium succulentum (Wils.) Linb. and P. nemorale (Mitt.) Jaeg.: a statistical analysis

@inproceedings{Hemerik1989OnTD,
  title={On the distinction between Plagiothecium succulentum (Wils.) Linb. and P. nemorale (Mitt.) Jaeg.: a statistical analysis},
  author={Lia Hemerik},
  year={1989}
}
Variability of qualitative features of Plagiothecium nemorale in central and eastern Europe
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Future genus-level phylogenies of pleurocarpous mosses should target under-utilized plastid markers such as trnK-psbA and rps4-trnL in conjunction with low-copy nuclear markers.
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