Two New Myxomycetes Records for the Myxobiota of Turkey

Dülger, Başaran
July 2008
Turkish Journal of Botany;2008, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p333
Academic Journal
Badhamia gracilis (T.Macbr.) T.Macbr. and Diderma crustaceum Peck are recorded for the first time from Turkey.


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