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Lizárraga, Marcos, Gabriel Moreno, Martín Esqueda & Martha L. Coronado. Myxomycetes of Sonora, Mexico. 4: Sierra de Alamos-Rio Cuchujaqui Biosphere Reserve. Mycotaxon 103: 153–170. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Thirty-one species of myxomycetes from the protected area Sierra de Alamos - Rio Cuchujaqui were studied. Fifteen taxa are new records for the Mexican state of Sonora: Cribraria fragilis, Diachea bulbillosa, D. leucopodia, Diderma effusum,
D. hemisphaericum, Fuligo megaspora, Licea castanea, Oligonema schweinitzii, Physarella oblonga, Physarum auriscalpium, P. bogoriense, P. cinereum, P. viride, Stemonaria longa and Stemonitis mussooriensis.Including these new records, eighty-one taxa have now been described for the Sonoran myxobiota. The species studied are discussed and photomicrographs of their macro- and microscopic characters are provided for some of them.

KEYWORDS: myxomycota, chorology, taxonomy, SEM

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