volume 89, issue 4, P309-331 2017
DOI: 10.23855/preslia.2017.309
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Abstract: The triploid complex of Rubus montanus (Rubus ser. Discolores, Rosaceae) is a particularly intricate group due to its plasticity and variability. The representatives of this group are, notwithstanding the high number of taxon names published, often considered a single species (Rubus montanus s.l.). In the course of extensive field studies and herbarium revisions we revealed three widely distributed morphologically defined types that were formerly incorporated in R. montanus s.l. but should be treated as separa…

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