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Clave dicotómica provisional para los géneros de la familia Xylariaceae (Pyrenomycetes, Sphaeriales) de México

Acta Botánica Mexicana 01/1998;
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ABSTRACT Se presenta una clave dicotómica para 24 géneros de la familia Xylariaceae (Pyrenomycetes, Sphaeriales), recolectados en México hasta el presente.

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