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After flowing some distance in the Chiapas Highlands ("Altiplano") of western-central Michoacan State, the river takes a course mainly towards the south.
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- Utexas.edu: Atlas of Mexico — Map of the rivers and river basins of Mexico (1975).
- The Prentice Hall American World Atlas, 1984.
- Rand McNally, The New International Atlas, 1993.
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