Ascomicetos hipogeos de la región occidental del Sistema Volcánico Transversal, México

@article{Reyes2018AscomicetosHD,
  title={Ascomicetos hipogeos de la regi{\'o}n occidental del Sistema Volc{\'a}nico Transversal, M{\'e}xico},
  author={V{\'i}ctor Manuel Reyes and Gerardo V{\'a}zquez Marrufo and Alba Mar{\'i}a Ortega G{\'o}mez and Gonzalo Guevara Guerrero},
  journal={Acta Botanica Mexicana},
  year={2018},
  pages={37-48}
}
Background and Aims: In Mexico, 42 species of ascomycetes have been reported with hypogeous habit, which are few considering the knowledge of other groups of fungi. The purpose of this paper is to increase the knowledge about the diversion and distribution of hypogeous fungi species for Mexico. Methods: Specimens were collected from different types of vegetation in the western portion of the transverse volcanic system, located in the state of Michoacan. The specimens collected were pictured and… Expand
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