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Poscharskyana

Also porscharskyana1).

Campanula Poscharskyana

Degen

Campanula Poscharskyana - Photographer: Perennials.com.
Campanula Poscharskyana - Photographer: Herman Berteler.

Campanula poscharskyana - Flower.onego.ru - Photo: Constantine Alexandrov
Campanula poscharskyana - Flower.onego.ru - Photo: Olga Bondareva

porscharskyana Degen: Orig 016313-0344-78 Locn 1A EU, geo: 40000, rec: SEED: 1ab: 1, dis: DALMATIA, ayr: 782)
poscharskyana: Orig 015426-0156-74 Locn 1A EU, geo: 40000, rec: PLNT: 1ab: 1, dis: DALMATIA, ayr: 743)
poscharskyana DEG.: Orig 014737-0231-76 Locn 1A EU, rec: SEED: 1ab: 1, ayr: 764)

Nomenclatuur

Some material listed under the name Campanula Formanekiana Degen & Dorfl. is Campanula Poscharskyana 5).

Names

E.: Serbian bellflower

NL: Servisch Klokje, Kruipklokje

Herbarium

Herbarium Universitatis Tokyoensis-Campanula portenschlagiana Degen-Patria. Nikko Bot.Gard.Photographer: Herman Berteler.

Habitus

Campanula Poscharskyana - Foto and drawing Herman Berteler
Campanula Poscharskyana - Foto and drawing Herman Berteler

Campanula poscharskyana - Photographer: Missouri Botanical Garden.
Campanula poscharskyana - Photographer: Missouri Botanical Garden.

Perhaps not distinct from Campanula Elatines, but having stronger, more rampant growth, corolla to 1 ¼ in. across, broadly funnelform, calyx lobes lanceolate 6).
A prostrate, sprawling perennial which typically forms a low, mounding ground cover to 4-6“ tall (less frequently to 12”).7)
USDA Zone: 2-9. Plant number: 1.110.450. Bellflowers are among the most popular of perennials. This showy, dwarf species is often grown in rock gardens, used as an edging or for tubs and pots. Plants form a spreading patch of small green leaves, bearing loads of starry lavender-blue flowers in late spring. Because this is vigorous, keep it away from delicate alpine plants that could be accidentally smothered. Also may be used as a groundcover for a smaller area, especially nice under shrub roses. Clip back hard after blooming (to 2 inches) to maintain a tidy, compact appearance. Height; 10-15 cm, 4-6 inches. Spread; 45-60 cm, 18-23 inches. Growth Rate; Fast.8)

Cushion perennial to 20 cm tall with large, rounded at the edges serrated basal leaves. It produces up to 80 cm long, prostrate on the ground sprouts. Flowers to 2.5 cm in diameter zvezchatye lavender-pink, blue, dark blue, a few at the ends of shoots. It blooms from early July 35-40 days. 9)

Sketchbook botanical illustration of Wall bellflower (Campanula poscharskyana), garden in Hayonwye, by LizzieHarper.co.uk: Photo: Lizzie Harper.

Leaves

Foliage Color; Light Green.

Velecina polenskih zrnaca. Velecina polenskih znraca je mjerena na zivom i herbarskom materijalu. Polenska znrca su kuglasta, a svojom velicinom pokazuju distribuciju podudarnu s dlakavoscu.

Transjadranski dio areala karakteriziran je razmjerno malim polenskim zrncima, kojim se velicina krece u granicama od 30-40Mm, dok se sjeverni i juzni dio areala ponasaju vrlo znacajno. Dlakavi oblici - Campanula istriaca, Campanula poscharskyana i Campanula debarensis imaju najveca polenska znrca - do 50Mm.
Kod vrsta Campanula istriaca i Campanula poscharskyana velicina polena se krece u granicama od 42-45Mm, dok je velicina polenskih znraca u vrste Campanula debarensis od 45-50Mm. Goli predstavnik iz te skupine, Campanula fenestrellata ima malena polenska zrnca, cija velicina se krece do 30Mm. Uocljivo je da postoji povezanost izmedu dlakavosti i velicine polenskih znraca, jer najdlakavija vrsta - Campanula debarensis, imade i najveci promjer polenskih zrnaca. 10)

Campanula poscharskyana Sl. 2. - Dlakavost lista nekih vrsta serije Garganicae. Zeljka Lovasen-Eberhardt i I. Trinajstic, Biosistematika, Vol. 4, No. 2, p.277, 1978

Long-stalked, oval-rounded to cordate, medium green leaves (to 1.5“).11)
Der transadriatische Kompleks der Arten der Serie Garganicae (Campanula garganica, Campanula istriaca, Campanula fenestrellata, Campanula portenschlagiana, Campanula poscherskyana, Campanula debarensis) ist sehr variabil. In dieser Arbeit wurden die behaarung der Blatter und die Grossen der Pollen untersucht.
Die mittleres Teil dieses Komplexes (Campanula garganica - Campanula portenschlagiana) ist sehr variabil, wie in Anbetracht der Behaarung, sowie in Anbetracht der Pollengrosse. In der Richtung gegen Norden sind die Kollen (Pollen?) immer grosser bei den behaarten Formen (Campanula istriaca) und immer kleiner bei den kahlen Formen (Campanula fenestrellata). In der Richtung gegen Suden sind die Pollen immer grosser und die Behaarung ausdrulicher (Campanula poscharskyana - Campanula debarensis). Die litoralen Formen sind immer behaart, die montane und subalpine Formen sind kahl.12)

Cushion perennial to 20 cm tall with large, rounded at the edges serrated basal leaves. 13)

Flowers

Flower Colour; Light Blue. Blooming Time; Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Spring. Flower Head Size; Small.14)

Flower measuring, between 25 - 40mm (1 - 1 1/2 inch.)15)

Campanula Poscharskyana - Foto Herman Berteler
Campanula Poscharskyana - Foto Matthias van den Berg Amstelhoveniers, june 2012

Campanulate, lilac-blue flowers with flaring, star-shaped lobes (to 1” wide) appear in loose panicles along the stems in late spring.16)
In dieser Arbeit analisierten wir einige morphologische Karakteristken (Blattbehaarung und Pollengrosse) mit Betracht auf die geographische Verbreitung einselnen Formen. Auf Grund dieser Untersuchubgen kann man folgendes feststellen:
* 3) In der Richtung gegen Suden sind die Formen ausdrucklich litoral, dicht behaart und grosser Pollen (Campanula poscharskyana) oder sie sind nicht ausdrucklich litoral, sondern ausdrucklich termophil, dicht behaart und grosser Pollen (Campanula debarensis)17)
Flowers to 2.5 cm in diameter zvezchatye lavender-pink, blue, dark blue, a few at the ends of shoots. Starlike blossoms reach 10-20 cm in diameter. It blooms from early July 35-40 days. 18)

Campanula poscharskyana met bessenbandzweefvlieg - Photografer: Herman Berteler

Fruit

Seed available, in small quantity. Species actually grown or used for breeding 19)
Fruiting. 20)

  • Campanula poscharskyana Degen. 1381-83. De: Alpengarten Zenz, Grambach, Austria. 30-3-83. Descr.: Sem.21)

Varieties

Campanula poscharskyana var. blauranke

Campanula poscharskyana var. blue gown

Campanula poscharskyana var. e.k. toogood

Campanula poscharskyana var. erich arends

Campanula poscharskyana var. glandore

Campanula poscharskyana var. lilacina

Campanula poscharskyana var. lisduggan variety

Campanula poscharskyana var. radiated F1

Seed available, in small quantity. Species actually grown or used for breeding 22)

Campanula poscharskyana var. radiated F2
Seed available, in small quantity. Species actually grown or used for breeding 23)

Cultivars

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. Adansa® 'Blue'.'

Adansa® 'Blue' - Photographer: Addenda®.

Ref.: Growers association Addenda®, P.O. Box 666, 2675 ZX Honselersdijk, The Netherlands.

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. Addenda 'Blue Star'

Synonym: Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Blue Star'.

addenda: GreenSales.
Campanula 'Addenda 'Blue Star' - Photographer: GreenSales.
Campanula 'Addenda 'Blue Star' - Photographer: Addenda.
Campanula 'Addenda 'Blue Star' - Photographer: Addenda.

Since: 1966.

Addenda®. Implemented until 2013.
Addenda®. Implemented from 2013.

Addenda ® comes from the Latin word 'Addendum' meaning. 'Something extra' This brand was introduced in 2003 by International Young Plants from Belgium. This company sold high quality cuttings of Campanula and Hebe. Addenda ® began as a quality brand has become a trademark. The cooperating Addenda ® growers and Youngplants International have Growers Addenda ® founded in January 2007. 1 January 2010 took these growers the trading brand Addenda ® over from cutting supplier Young Plants International. In this way they want to join forces, increasing the involvement and Addenda ® further introduce and make available in Europe. In 2013, Addenda introduced production lines. Where they used the 'Blue Planet', the 'Blue Star' etc. argued, they now have the 'Ambella'- color and 'Adansa'- color. They also introduced a new logo.

Potplant, for the garden - Breeders in The Netherlands: Kwekerij Marcel Vijverberg, Kwekerij Montis Moerkapelle, Kwekerij Eigenzorg, Kwekerij Hartink, Kwekerij Chris Endhoven, R.C. Kuivenhoven, Kwekerij A.J.M. Nederpel, Kwekerij OK Plant CV, Quinterra, Kwekerij Piet van den Berg and Van der Does VOF.

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. Adansa® 'Pink'.'

Adansa® 'Pink' - Photographer: Addenda®.

Ref.: Growers association Addenda®, P.O. Box 666, 2675 ZX Honselersdijk, The Netherlands.

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. Adansa® 'Purple'.'

Adansa® 'Purple' - Photographer: Addenda®.
Adansa® 'Purple' - Photographer: Addenda®.

Ref.: Growers association Addenda®, P.O. Box 666, 2675 ZX Honselersdijk, The Netherlands.

Campanula 'Blue Star' - MijnTuin.org - Photographer: Gert.

Description: Height to 30cm - crawling - by flowering - fast growing - Groundcover. For rock garden and borders. He remains low, but proliferates something more and bigger, hairy leaves than Campanula Portenschlagiana, a looser growth. Free long racemes few blue or lavender blue star-shaped flowers. The flowering period is from about July to August. The leaves are green and about 10 cm. High. Withstands temperatures up to -35 gr. C. and remains green throughout the winter.24)

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. Adansa® 'White'.'

Adansa® 'White' - Photographer: Addenda®.

Ref.: Growers association Addenda®, P.O. Box 666, 2675 ZX Honselersdijk, The Netherlands.

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. Addenda 'White Star'

Synonym: Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'White Star'

Campanula 'Addenda 'Whit Star' - Photographer: GreenSales.
Campanula Portenschlagiana cv. 'Addenda White Star' - MijnTuin.org.
Campanula Portenschlagiana cv. 'Addenda White Star' - Photographer: Addenda.
Campanula Portenschlagiana cv. 'Addenda White Star' - Photographer: Addenda.

Breeder Gartneriet Kjærgårdsminde, Nyborg, Denemarken. Potplant, for the garden - Breeders in The Netherlands: Kwekerij Marcel Vijverberg, Kwekerij Montis Moerkapelle, Kwekerij Eigenzorg, Kwekerij Hartink, Kwekerij Chris Endhoven, R.C. Kuivenhoven, Kwekerij A.J.M. Nederpel, Kwekerij OK Plant CV, Quinterra, Kwekerij Piet van den Berg and Van der Does VOF.
Variant of the Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Blue Star'. Originally from the mountains so suitable as rotsbedekker. Blooms from June to September and is 20 cm high. Light shade or sun. Frost resistant. The flower color is white. The leaves are green and about 10 cm. high. The mature height of this perennial is about 20 cm. Remains green throughout the winter. The recommended planting distance is 30 cm. (8-11 pcs. Per m2.) Is widely available.25)

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv.‘Blauranke’ (synonyme: Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Blue Gown'): light blue flowers, 8-10 inches tall, good in window boxes or hanging baskets.

Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Blauranke’ - Photographer: Bellflower Nursery

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv.‘Blue Gown’ (synonyme: Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Blauranke')

Blue, white heart, blooms from June to August, height 10 cm, sun, half shadow, forming creeping stems.

Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Blue Gown' - Nursery The Border, Castle Twickel at Delden, Netherlands. Photo: Herman Berteler

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. ‘Blue Rivulet’

Campanula Poscharskyana ‘Blue Rivulet’ - Photographer: Perennials.com.

USDA Zone: 5-9. Plant number: 1.111.180. This selection is more compact than other varieties and forms a spreading patch of small green heart-shaped leaves, bearing loads of star-shaped, lavender-blue flowers with a white eye. Flowers begin in late spring and continue for weeks on end. Nice when used as a groundcover over a smaller area, especially under shrub roses. Will sometimes repeat flower in the autumn, especially if faded blooms are clipped back to the central crown. From Blooms of Bressingham®. USPP#20082: unlicensed propagation prohibited. Registered with COPF. Sun Exposure; Full Sun or Partial Shade. Soil Type; Normal or Sandy or Clay. Soil pH; Neutral or Alkaline or Acid. Soil Moisture; Average or Moist. Care Level; Easy. Flower Colour; Light Blue. Blooming Time; Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Spring. Foliage Color; Light Green. Accent: Good Texture/Form, Alpine & Rock, Border, Containers, Edging, Rabbit Resistant, Ground Cover; Massed. Flower Head Size; Small. Height; 15-20 cm, 6-8 inches. Spread; 25-30 cm, 10-12 inches. Foot Traffic Light, Growth Rate Fast26)

  • Campanula poscharskyana cv. 'Blue Waterfall' Synonym: Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Camgood'
Campanula Poscharskyana 'Blue Waterfall' - Photographer: Perennials.com.
Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Blue Waterfall' - Nursery The Border, Castle Twickel at Delden, Netherlands. Photo: Herman Berteler

USDA Zone: 3-9. Plant number: 1.110.510. (='Camgood') This dwarf selection may be grown in rock gardens, used as an edging, or in tubs and pots. Plants form a spreading patch of small green leaves, bearing loads of starry violet-blue flowers beginning in late spring and blooming for weeks on end. Nice when used as a groundcover over a smaller area, especially under shrub roses. Will sometimes repeat flower in the autumn. From Blooms of Bressingham®. USPP#13161: unlicensed propagation prohibited. Registered with COPF. Sun Exposure; Full Sun or Partial Shade. Soil Type; Normal or Sandy or Clay. Soil pH; Neutral or Alkaline or Acid. Soil Moisture; Average or Moist. Care Level; Easy. Flower Colour; Deep Blue. Blooming Time; Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Spring. Foliage Color; Light Green. Accent: Good Texture/Form, Alpine & Rock, Border, Containers, Edging, Rabbit Resistant, Ground Cover Massed, Flower Head Size; Small. Height; 15-20 cm, 6-8 inches. Spread; 45-60 cm, 18-23 inches. Foot Traffic; Light. Growth Rate; Medium.27)

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Camgood' Synonym and see Campanula poscharskyana cv. 'Blue Waterfall'

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'E.H.Frost' 28).
Campanula Poscharskyana 'E.H.Frost' - Photographer: Perennials.com.

USDA Zone: 2-9. Plant number: 1.110.460. Bellflowers are among the most popular of perennials. This showy, dwarf selection is nice in rock gardens, used as an edging, or in tubs and pots. Plants form a spreading patch of small green leaves, bearing loads of starry porcelain-white flowers with a pale-blue eye, beginning in late spring. Because this is vigorous, keep it away from delicate alpine plants that could be accidentally smothered. Also may be used as a groundcover for a smaller area, especially nice under shrub roses. Plants may be clipped hard after blooming, to keep a tidy, compact appearance. Sun Exposure; Full Sun or Partial Shade. Soil Type; Normal or Sandy or Clay. Soil pH; Neutral or Alkaline or Acid. Soil Moisture; Average or Moist. Care Level; Easy. Flower Colour; Light Blue, White. Blooming Time; Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Spring. Foliage Color; Light Green. Accent: Good Texture/Form, Alpine & Rock, Border, Containers, Edging, Rabbit Resistant, Ground Cover; Massed. Flower Head Size; Small. Height; 10-15 cm, 4-6 inches. Spread; 45-60 cm, 18-23 inches. Foot Traffic; Light. Growth Rate; Medium.29)
Campanula poscharskyana cv. 'Frost' - the flowers are white with a blue star in.30)

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'E.K.Toogood' 31).

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Glandora'

Campanula Poscharskyana cv. Glandora - Flower.onego.ru - Photo: Kirill Tkachenko

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Hirsch Blue' -
Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Hirsch Blue' - MijnTuin.org. Photographer: Pascal Coyles.

A low Campanula with long stems, ideal to hang over the edges of pots and containers or walls. After flowering they should be cut back. Flower color: violet blue, Flowering Month: June, July, August. Leaf color: Green, height: 10-20 cm, 20-30 cm, evergreen, hardy. Plot: Sun, type of crop: perennial. Special Features: ground cover, habitat: Dry soil Normal soil.32)

  • Campanula Poscharskyiana cv. 'Pinkins'

A new cultivar 'Pinkins’, characterized by its flowers that are deep lilac pink in color with lighter colored centers, its refined foliage that is rich green in color with reddish purple highlights under intense light conditions, its moderate and less invasive growth habit than is typical for this type of Campanula, and its cold hardiness in U.S.D.A. Zone 3. Patent USPP21173 - 2010, Inventors: Peter Lewis, Susan Lewis. Original patent owner Sue Wooster

Campanula Poscharskyiana cv. 'Pinkins' - Photographer: Bellflower Nursery

* Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Rosea'

Campanula Poscharskyana cv. Rosea - Flower.onego.ru - Photo: Michael Polotnova

  • Campanula Poscharskyiana cv. 'Saskia'

Campanula Poscharskyana 'Saskia' - Photographer: Ten Have Plant.

Known for its star-shaped blue-white flower on a shoot. It is a small-flowering variety. The plant is eminently suited for outdoors and can be planted in the garden. Number: VBN 41474. Height: 15– 25 cm in 11 cm pot.33)

  • Campanula Poscharskyana cv. 'Stella' 34).
  • poscharskyana STELLA: Orig 022394-0468-83 Locn 8, rec: PLNT: 1ab: 1, ayr: 8335)

Campanula Porscharskyanum cv. 'Stella'

Campanula porscharskyanum cv 'Stella' - Foto Grethe Clausen

Serbian bellflower is a prostrate, sprawling perennial which typically forms a low, mounding ground cover to 4-6“ tall (less frequently to 12”). Campanulate, lilac-blue flowers with flaring, star-shaped lobes (to 1“ wide) appear in loose panicles along the stems in late spring. Long-stalked, oval-rounded to cordate, medium green leaves (to 1.5”). Native to the northern Balkans, including, as the common name suggests, Serbia. Rock gardens. Sprawl over walls or along banks. Edging for paths or border fronts. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers part shade in hot summer climates. Performs best with regular moisture. Does not do well in climates where nighttime temperatures consistently remain above 70 degrees F. Spreads quickly from root crowns by prostrate stems, but is generally easily controlled since stems can be easily trimmed to control growth. May be grown from seed. Clumps may be divided in spring. Foliage is semi-evergreen to evergreen in warm winter climates.36)

Campanula porscharskyana 'Stella' - Photographer: Missouri Botanic Garden

Breeder: G. Arends 1956.
Already the second year after the trial was started the ten plants had developed so much on both experimental stations that the rows were covered all over without interroption. For Campanula poscharskyana and not least for 'Stella' it is characteristic that the flowering part are growing up from the carpet and form some closely tangled irregular pyramids around the flowering seasons.

In 1973 they were 60cm high. The leaves are cordate, tje lower onse 4x4cm. They are sitting on 18cm high reddish stalks. During the overwhelming rich flowering the foliage is nearly covered by the long inflorescences. The flowers have an open starliked shape, 2cm wide. Colour: RHS 88 A-B, violet, blue, with a whitish throat and with an overhanging stigma.

Flowering season from the middle of June and 1 tot 1 1/2 months. The weather has on extraordinary strong influence on the look of all Campanula poscharskyana cultivars. Rain and windy weather will overturn the flower pyramides and leave a rather slovenly and rugged “Mountain scenery”. Nevertheless this quality cannot prevent that the variety 'Stella' occur as extraordinary attractive 37).

Campanula poscharskyana cv. 'Stella' - Flowers large, deep blue. 38)

Breeding

Campanula poscharskyana wordt door stek vermeerderd. De moerplanten worden naar binnen gebracht in september-oktober. De stekken worden in netpotten gestoken, gevuld met eenheidsaarde. De temperatuur op het stekbed wordt op 20 of 21 graden celsius gehouden. Voor een snellere wortelontwikkeling wordt ook wel 23 graden aangehouden.

Half februari wordt opgepot en de bloei begint in mei. Na het oppotten worden de planten bij een temperatuur van 12 tot 14 graden opgekweekt. In de eindsituatie staan per m2 dertig planten. Al of niet wordt belicht. In geval van belichting is vanaf eind maart belicht gedurende vier weken, waarbij per dag vier uur dagverlenging wordt toegepast met 30 watt per m2.

De moerplanten worden aangegoten met Previcur of AAterra en verder worden de planten elke drie weken gespoten met Benlate of Orthocid tegen Fusarium 39).

Fruiting. In a culture since 1930. Grade: EN Campanula poscharskyana cv. 'Frost' - the flowers are white with a blue star in; Campanula poscharskyana cv. 'Stella' - Flowers large, deep blue.

Braves drop in temperature to -40 degrees. Propagated by segments of stems and roots in spring. It looks particularly close to major modes of cloves and saxifrage. Does not tolerate acidic soil and stagnant water. It prefers partial shade light.40)

Beneficial

Sun Exposure; Full Sun or Partial Shade. Soil Type; Normal or Sandy or Clay. Soil pH; Neutral or Alkaline or Acid. Soil Moisture; Average or Moist. Care Level; Easy. Plant Uses & Characteristics Accent: Good Texture/Form, Alpine & Rock, Border, Containers, Edging, Rabbit Resistant, Ground Cover Massed. Foot Traffic; Light.41)

Campanula Poscharskyana - Foto Matthias vd Berg Amstelhoveniers, garden at Corvershof-Amstelhoven at Amsterdam, june 2012
Campanula Poscharskyana - Foto Matthias vd Berg Amstelhoveniers, garden at Corvershof-Amstelhoven at Amsterdam, june 2012

Rock gardens. Sprawl over walls or along banks. Edging for paths or border fronts. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers part shade in hot summer climates. Performs best with regular moisture. Does not do well in climates where nighttime temperatures consistently remain above 70 degrees F. Spreads quickly from root crowns by prostrate stems, but is generally easily controlled since stems can be easily trimmed to control growth. May be grown from seed. Clumps may be divided in spring. Foliage is semi-evergreen to evergreen in warm winter climates.42)

Origin

Native to the northern Balkans, including, as the common name suggests, Serbia.

North Yugoslavia
Die Serie der Gattung Campanula umfasst insgesammt 8 Arten, von dennen 6 Arten (Campanula istriaca, Campanula fenestrellata, Campanula garganica, Campanula portenschlagiana, Campanula poscharskyana, Campanula debarensis) die den adriatischen Teil der Apeninischen und Balkanhalbinsel begrenzt, und 2 Arten (Campanula cephallonica, Campanula acarnica) begrenzen den ionischen Teil der Balkanhalbinsel, mithin erweisen sie die spatterziare Distribution ihrer Urformen43)

Sl. 1. - Areali vrsta serije Garganicae. - 4) Campanula poscharskyana - Zeljka Lovasen-Eberhardt i I. Trinajstic, Biosistematika, Vol. 4, No0. 2, p.275, 1978

The distributed nature of the Balkans.44)

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