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 (tə-lo͞o′kə, tō-lo͞o′kä)
A city of south-central Mexico west of Mexico City. Established as a settlement by Hernando Cortés in 1530, it is a commercial center.


(Spanish toˈluka)
1. (Placename) a city in S central Mexico, capital of Mexico state, at an altitude of 2640 m (8660 ft). Pop: 1 987 000 (2005 est). Official name: Toluca de Lerdo
2. (Placename) Nevado de Toluca (neˈβaðo de) a volcano in central Mexico, in Mexico state near Toluca: crater partly filled by a lake. Height: 4577 m (15 017 ft)


(təˈlu kə)

1. the capital of Mexico state, in S central Mexico. 357,071.
2. an extinct volcano in central Mexico, in Mexico state. 15,026 ft. (4580 m).
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000 TABLE 2--Classification of specimens (percentage) that belong to one of nine populations of Phrynosoma orbiculare in Mexico: 1) Almoloya de Juarez, Mexico; 2) Ixtlahuaca de Rayon, Mexico; 3) Toluca de Lerdo, Mexico; 4) Aculeo de Espinoza, Mexico; 5) Amealco, Queretaro; 6) Cadereyta, Queretaro; 7) Nopalillo, Hidalgo; 8) Chignahuapan, Puebla; 9) Leon, Guanajuato.