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Some Distributional Relationships between Mexican and United States Mycofloras

Gastón Guzmán
Mycologia
Vol. 65, No. 6 (Nov. - Dec., 1973), pp. 1319-1330
DOI: 10.2307/3758146
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3758146
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Some Distributional Relationships between Mexican and United States Mycofloras
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Abstract

The relationships among more than 200 species of higher fungi of eastern and western United States and Mexico are discussed. Four types of relationships between both mycofloras are established: (1) species in the coniferous forests of northwestern United States with those of coniferous forests of Mexico, mainly in the north; (2) species in the deciduous forests of eastern United States with those of the deciduous forests of Mexico, mainly along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico; (3) species in the deciduous forests of eastern United States with those of tropical forests of Mexico, and (4) species in the deciduous forests of eastern United States with those of the coniferous forests of central Mexico. The first two relationships seem the strongest.

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