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Fig. 2 | Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine

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From: Cultural, economic, and ecological factors influencing management of wild plants and mushrooms interchanged in Purépecha markets of Mexico

Fig. 2

Wild and weedy plants and mushrooms interchanged in traditional markets. Diversity of edible fruits, greens, mushrooms, medicinal plants, and ceremonial and ornamental flower interchanged in the markets: a Dysphania ambrosioides; b medicinal plants Equisetum sp., Gnaphalium sp., Heterotheca inuloides, and Clinopodium macrostemum; c Heterotheca inuloides; d Agaricus campestris and fruits of Prunus serotina; e Opuntia atropes and tamal of Rubus Liebmannii; f Chenopodium berlandieri; g medicinal plants; h Rumex obtusifolius; i fruits of Rubus Liebmannii; j Lyophyllum connatum and Lyophyllum decastes; k Prunus serotina dark purple and big fruits variety; l Hypomyces lactifluorum, Ramaria botrytis, Ramaria flavigelatinosa, and Amanita caesarea; m Opuntia atropes; n Laelia speciosa; o Milla biflora; p Hypomyces lactifluorum; q Prunus serotina red and big fruits variety; r Chenopodium berlandieri; s Laelia autumnalis; t Ternstroemia lineata; u Marrubium vulgare; v Opuntia atropes; w Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum; x Ramaria fenica; y tamales of Rubus Liebmannii; z Helvella crispa; α Cosmos bipinnatus, Stevia monardifolia and Tagetes lucida; β Eryngium carlinae

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