REVISIÓN E INTEGRACIÓN DEL CONOCIMIENTO DE LAS ORCHIDACEAE DE TABASCO, MÉXICO

@article{NogueraSavelli2014REVISINEI,
  title={REVISI{\'O}N E INTEGRACI{\'O}N DEL CONOCIMIENTO DE LAS ORCHIDACEAE DE TABASCO, M{\'E}XICO},
  author={Eliana Noguera-Savelli and William Cetzal-Ix},
  journal={Boletin De La Sociedad Botanica De Mexico},
  year={2014},
  volume={92},
  pages={519-540}
}
To date, there is no comprehensive and updated work on the orchids of Tabasco, despite the existence of several floristic studies that include Orchidaceae and citations of material available in local herbaria. The objective of this research was to collect, update, and expand our knowledge of the Orchidaceae of Tabasco, by compiling a list with all available taxonomic information, conservation status, and geographic distribution of species. The checklist includes a total of 109 species and one… 
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