Latin American Association for Mycology
Asociación Latinoamericana de Micologia (ALM)
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1990 Havana Cuba
Founded during 5th Latin American Congress of Botany. Statutes adopted during 1st Latin American Symposium of Mycology, 21-25 Jun 1993, Havana. Secretariat moved, Oct 1996, to Caracas (Venezuela); moved again to Brazil in Jun 2002; moved to Columbia, 2014; to Peru, 2017; to Chile, 2020; and to Panama 2023.
Promote mycological studies and research in the Latin American and Caribbean countries; further and develop the relations between members, favouring the scientific exchanges.
Events2023-08-07 | Panama, Panama – Congress
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General Assembly; Rotating Council Board; Country or Area Representatives (11).
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