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Notes on Two Recently Described Mexican Oaks

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Luz María González-Villarreal

Published May 2021 in International Oaks No. 32: 11–16


Two recently described Mexican species, Quercus centenaria L.M. González and Q. mexiae L.M. González (González-Villarreal 2018) from Jalisco (Mexico) are summarily described here.


González-Villarreal, L.M. 2018. Dos nuevas especies de encinos (Quercus: Fagaceae), adicionales para la Flora de Jalisco y Áreas Colindantes, en el Occidente de México. Ibugana: Boletín del Instituto de Botánica de la Universidad de Guadalajara 9: 47–71.