Gomez-Peralta, Marlene
June 1992
Acta Botanica Mexicana;jun1992, Issue 18, p31
Academic Journal
A list of 100 species of lichens from Los Azufres Geothermal Field is presented. The list comprises 86 new records for the locality, 71 for the state of Michoacan and 24 for Mexico. Data concerning life form and habitat are included for each species; a key for their identification is also included.


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