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Abscission Needles

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Abscission Needles

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Fungal community composition C:N ratio

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Fragmented litter

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E horizon Mineral soil

B horizon

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□ "late" fungi (5! known mycorrhizal fungi) Please refer to Fig. 2 p. 188 in text for figure legend.

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