Garcia-Arevalo, Abel
March 1992
Acta Botanica Mexicana;mar1992, Issue 17, p19
Academic Journal
Maianthemum mexicanum sp. nov., is described from the temperate forest of southern Durango state. The new species is related to M. racemosurn (L.) Link, but differs in characteristics of the inflorescence.


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