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Title: Cheirolophus mansanetianus Stubing, Peris, Olivares & Martin SP. Nov., and CH. Grandifolius (Font Quer) Stubing, Peris, Olivares & Martin, Comb. & Stat. Nov. (Asteraceae), two Endemics from Spain
Author: Stübing, Gerardo
Peris, Juan Bautista
Olivares Tormo, Amparo
Martín i Villodre, Joan
Keywords: Compostes
Plantes endèmiques
Endemic plants
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
Abstract: Until recently the genus Cheirolophus Cass. was believed to be represented (BOLOS & VIGO, Fl. deis Paisos Catalans 3: 929. 1996) in the oriental part of the Iberian Península and Balearte Islands, only by the species Cheirolophus intybaceus (Lam.) Dostal. Last year, however, we described [OLIVARES & al., Anales Jard. Bot. Madrid 53(2): 262-265. 1995] Cheirolophus lagunae Olivares, Peris, Stübing & Martín, an endemic species present only in some places on the Alicante coast.
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It is part of: Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid, 1997, vol. 55, num. 1, p. 170-173
ISSN: 0211-1322
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