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Deciduous forests, developed in Submediterrean climate, differ essentially from those in Central and Western Europe. Present paper concerns fungistical characterization of four Submediterranean climax associations based on 8 years investigation, as well as on literary data. Near common and rare species differential and local character ones are considered, those with indicative value, too. In addition, functional distribution of these associations is discussed.

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