TITLE

ESTUDIO FLOR�STICO EN EL �REA DE LA COMUNIDAD IND�GENA DE NUEVO SAN JUAN PARANGARICUTIRO, MICHOAC�N, M�XICO

AUTHOR(S)
Medina Garc�a, Consuelo; Guevara-F�fer, Fernando; Mart�nez Rodr�guez, Marco Antonio; Silva-S�enz, Patricia; Ch�vez-Carbajal, Ma. Alma; Garc�a Ruiz, Ignacio
PUB. DATE
October 2000
SOURCE
Acta Botanica Mexicana;2000, Issue 52, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The inventory of the vascular flora in the area of comunidad ind�gena de Nuevo San Juan Parangaricutiro produced the following results: 108 families with 307 genera, 716 species and 16 infraespecific taxa. From this total 52 species belong to pteridophytes, 16 to gymnosperms, 120 to monocotyledons and 544 to dicotyledons. The best represented families, in terms of species number are: Compositae (135), Leguminosae (58), Gramineae (57), Labiatae (26), Solanaceae (21), Orchidaceae (20), and Polypodiaceae (18). 60.7% of the species are herbaceous (either perennial or annual plants); 19.1% are shrubs, 10.0% trees, 4.2% lianas, 3.3% are epiphytic plants, 1.8% are parasites, "saprophytes" amount to 0.5% and aquatics 0.4%.
ACCESSION #
20220221

 

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