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Characterization of sympatric Platanthera bifolia and Platanthera chlorantha (Orchidaceae) populations with intermediate plants

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Bibliographic reference Esposito, Fabiana ; Vereecken, Nicolas J. ; Gammella, Maddalena ; Rinaldi, Rosita ; Laurent, Pascal ; et. al. Characterization of sympatric Platanthera bifolia and Platanthera chlorantha (Orchidaceae) populations with intermediate plants. In: PeerJ, p. 1-34
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