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Contributions to the study of gasteromycetes of Puerto RicoAuthor(s): Angel M. Nieves-Rivera; D. Jean Lodge; Orson K. Miller
Source: McIlvainea. Vol. 13, no. 2 (1998).:p. 50-58 : ill., map.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionBattarrea stevenii and Tulostoma cf. meridionale, two cosmopolitan taxa are reported as new records for Puerto Rico. Both species were collected from the same disturbed subtropical dry forested area. A partial checklist of the taxa of macromycetes collected from Boquer*on Commonwealth- and Laguna Cartagena National Wildlife Refuges is also provided.
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CitationNieves-Rivera, Angel M.; Lodge, D. Jean.; Miller, Orson K. 1998. Contributions to the study of gasteromycetes of Puerto Rico. McIlvainea. Vol. 13, no. 2 (1998).:p. 50-58 : ill., map.
KeywordsFungal morphology, Taxonomic status, Species differences., Spatial distribution, Environmental factors, Puerto Rico, Gasteromycetes
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