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Comportamiento fitocenológico de Alliaria Petiolata (M. Bieb.) Caravaca & Grande en el sur de la Península Ibérica

 

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Author: Pérez Latorre, A. V.
Pavón Núñez, M.
Date: 2009
Published in: Lagascalia, 29, 259-269.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Alliaria petiolata es una especie ampliamente distribuída por el norte de la Península Ibérica y que se enrarece hacia el sur, localizándose entonces en biotopos submediterráneos, generalmente escasos en Andalucía. En este trabajo se aborda el estud...
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Alliaria petiolata is widely distributed in the Northern Iberian Peninsula but becomes rare in the south where it appears only in sub-Mediterranean favourable biotopes which are generally scarce in Andalusia. In this paper we deal with the phytosociological study of A. petiolata in southern Andalusia (Malaga province and surroundings). In Malaga province A. petiolata occurs in sciophilous-nitrophilous herbs communities under covering of Abies pinsapo, Quercus pyrenaica or Acer monspessulanum. As a result a new association (Urtico dubiae-Smyrnietum olusatri subass. ranunculetosum blepharicarpi nova) is described from Torcal de Antequera (Antequerano sector, Baetic province, Western Mediterranean subregion), characterised by A. petiolata. Moreover, we have studied the presence of Alliaria in another two sciophilous-nitrophilous associations spread out in Andalusia.
Cite: Pérez Latorre, A.V. y Pavón Núñez, M. (2009). Comportamiento fitocenológico de Alliaria Petiolata (M. Bieb.) Caravaca & Grande en el sur de la Península Ibérica. Lagascalia, 29, 259-269.
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