Sipman, Harrie J. M.; Wolf, Jan H. D.
November 1998
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1998, Issue 45, p1
Academic Journal
A list is presented of 359 lichen taxa known so far from Chiapas (Mexico). It is based on literature records and recent collections made by Breedlove and by Wolf and collaborators. The actual lichen flora of Chiapas is estimated to be certainly much larger.


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