By Ariel E. Lugo, Julio C. Figueroa Colón, Mildred Alayón
Big-Leaf Mahogany is crucial advertisement bushes species of the tropics. present debate bearing on no matter if to guard it as an endangered species has been hampered by means of the inability of whole, definitive medical documentation. This booklet studies on important learn at the ecology of big-leaf mahogany, together with genetic diversifications, regeneration, common distribution styles and the silvicutural and exchange implications for the tree.
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Big-leaf mahogany: genetics, ecology, and management by Ariel E. Lugo, Julio C. Figueroa Colón, Mildred Alayón