# EVALUACIÃ“N DEL PESO DEL LEÃ‘O A PARTIR DE VARIABLES DIMENSIONALES EN DOS ESPECIES DE MEZQUITE PROSOPIS ARTICULATA S. WATSON Y P. PALMERI S. WATSON, EN BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR, MÃ‰XICO

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