Chacon, Santiago
March 1995
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1995, Issue 30, p9
Academic Journal
Two new records of Agaricales, Campanella elongatispora and Russula mephitica for Mexican mycobiota are given. The fungi were collected in a subtropical forest of Veracruz State.


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