Vergleichende geobotanische Untersuchungen in der Baschkirischen ASSR 4. Teil: Wiesen- und Saumgesellschaften

@article{Klotz1986VergleichendeGU,
  title={Vergleichende geobotanische Untersuchungen in der Baschkirischen ASSR 4. Teil: Wiesen- und Saumgesellschaften},
  author={Stefan Klotz and U. V. K{\"o}ck},
  journal={Feddes Repertorium},
  year={1986},
  volume={97},
  pages={527-546}
}
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