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Are there keystone mycorrhizal fungi associated to tropical epiphytic orchids ?

Bibliographic reference Cevallos Solorzano, Stefania ; Sánchez-Rodríguez, Aminael ; Decock, Cony ; Declerck, Stephan ; Suárez, Juan Pablo . Are there keystone mycorrhizal fungi associated to tropical epiphytic orchids ?. In: Mycorrhiza, Vol. 27, no.3, p. 225–232 (2017)
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