Amigos de las Gramíneas en México - The Plant Press

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Muhlenbergia has become one of my favorite genera, especially after becoming exposed to the native M. sericea.


Love the descriptions of expeditions for specimens, even in dangerous locales. So far I've tended to botanize in urban and semi urban locations, which are surely less dangerous (albeit i have been to high crime areas as well)

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