Allo-triploid Sphagnum xfalcatulum: single individuals contain most of the Holantarctic diversity for ancestrally indicative markers (2016)
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Karlin, Erik F. & Smouse, Peter E. (2016). Allo-triploid Sphagnum xfalcatulum: single individuals contain most of the Holantarctic diversity for ancestrally indicative markers. Annals of Botany Retrieved from https://doi.org/doi:10.7282/T3FX7CRH

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