Santillan, Rosa E.; Valenzuela, Ricardo
June 1992
Acta Botanica Mexicana;jun1992, Issue 18, p1
Academic Journal
Five species of Hygrophoraceae are reported for the first time from Mexico: Humidicutis marginata (Pk.) Sing., Hygrocybe chloochlora Pegler & Fiard, H. chlorophana (Fr.) Karsten, H. constrictospora Arnolds and H. minutula (Pk.) Murr. Descriptions and illustrations are provided in the paper.


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