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Table 6 Ethnobotanical studies conducted in the Tehuacán-Cuicatlán Valley which provide information on edible plant species

From: Influence of traditional markets on plant management in the Tehuacán Valley

Localities Ethnofloristic richness Edible plants Commercialized edible plants Location where sold References
Tehuacán, Ajalpan, Teotitlán markets 83 83 N/E Markets [42]
San Rafael Coxcatlán homegardens 233 69 3 At village [59]
Zapotitilán, Coxcatlán, San Antonio Cañada, Cuicatlán, markets and localities 72 72 38 with money 28 by barter 11 by “order” Markets and at village [13]
Santiago Quiotepec Locality (266) 203 useful 74 17 At and between villages around and to resellers [33]
San Pedro Nodón y Santiago Jocotipac, localities (264) 110 useful 21 5 At and between villages around and to resellers [60]
San Luis Atolotitlán locality 280 useful 44 6 At and between villages [53]
San Lorenzo Pápalo locality (520) 367 useful 84 6 At and between villages around and to resellers [56]
Zapotitlán de las Salinas locality (298) 288 useful 82 n/e n/e [61]
Santa María Tecomavaca most common edible plants locality 20 20 9 (potentially) At and between villages [23]
Coxcatlán Homegardens 314 N/E 10 (with money and barter) At and between villages [62]
Tehuacán Market 30 30 30 (with money and barter) Markets [63]
San Luis Atolotitlán Agroforesty system 122 23 11 (with money and barter) At and between villages [26]
Zapotitlán de las Salinas Locality 58 27 n/e n/e [64]
Ixcatlán Locality (482) 376 68 4 At village [55]