TITLE

CUATRO ESPECIES Y UNA VARIEDAD DEL GENERO ASTROSPHAERIELLA (DOTHIDEALES, MELANOMMATACEAE) DE MEXICO

AUTHOR(S)
San Martin, Felipe Eduardo; Lavin, Pablo Antonio
PUB. DATE
May 1999
SOURCE
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1999, Issue 46, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Astrosphaeriella stellata (Pat.) Sacc., A. stellata var. palmicola var. nov., A. tornata (Berk. et M. A. Curtis) D. Hawksw. et Boise, A. trochus (Penzig et Sacc.) D. Hawksw., and A. vaginata sp. nov., are described and illustrated. An artificial key is provided for the considered taxa.
ACCESSION #
20287617

 

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