Low-elevation endemic Rhododendrons in China are highly vulnerable to climate and land use change

Fangyuan Yu, Zhifeng Wu, Jian Shen, Jihong Huang, T.A. Groen*, A.K. Skidmore, Keping Ma, Tiejun Wang

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