HERNEA, Cornelia; ADAM, I.
January 2008
Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary;2008, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p304
Academic Journal
Norway maple is important mixture specie in the forests of our country. Although the area occupied by this specie is not very large, it is found spectrum from plain area to the mountain. Mostly, however the specie meets in the hilly storey, sessile oak stand, European beech stand, European beech -- sessile oak mixed stand, followed by the hilly storey with Quercus species (sessile oak, Turkey oak, Hungarian oak, mixed stands and hill mixed hardwood forest).


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