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Truffle production in old-growth and mature fir stands in northeastern CaliforniaAuthor(s): J.R. Waters; K.S. McKelvey; D.L. Luoma; C.J. Zabel
Source: Forest Ecology and Management 96:155-166
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationWaters, J.R.; McKelvey, K.S.; Luoma, D.L.; Zabel, C.J. 1997. Truffle production in old-growth and mature fir stands in northeastern California. Forest Ecology and Management 96:155-166
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