Part of the first major regional flora ever written in Spanish, this volume includes 326 genera and 1891 flowering plant species found in the south easternmost states of Mexico and the Central American republics.
Flora Mesoamericana is the largest fern flora ever published. It describes, for the first time, all the vascular plants growing in the south easternmost states of Mexico, including the Yucatan Peninsula, and all the Central American republics.
Covered in this volume are Alismataceae to Cyperaceae. Included are 28 monocot families, with 326 genera and 1891 species.
Volumes one and six are available to order from our co-publisher the Missouri Botanical Garden Press. For details of how to contact them, please visit Publishing partners.
Flora Mesoamericana is a collaborative effort of the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Instituto de Biología of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) and the Natural History Museum in London.
It describes, for the first time, all the vascular plants growing in the southernmost states of Mexico, including the Yucatán Peninsula, and all the Central American republics.
UNAM published the first volume, Volume 6: Alismataceae a Cyperaceae, in March 1994, and Volume 1: Psilotaceae a Salviniaceae was published in November 1995.