Acosta-Castellanos, Salvador
October 1989
Acta Botanica Mexicana;oct1989, Issue 7, p19
Academic Journal
Battarrea stevenii (Liboschitz) Fries, is reported for the first time from Oaxaca State, The fungus was collected in an unusual habitat.


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