9490 Kilometres Across Mexico

Chassé, Béyaatrice
April 2011
International Oaks;Spring2011, Issue 22, p70
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the author's experience in finding various oak species found in northern Mexico. The author mentions several species she has seen during her trip which include Quercus carmenensis, Quercus invaginata, and Quercus coahuilensis. The author says that the oaks have become common in cultivation in Europe.


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