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Bryo-pteridophytic flora in the lauroid forests of the Natural Park Los Alcornocales

, : Bryo-pteridophytic flora in the lauroid forests of the Natural Park Los Alcornocales. Acta Botanica Malacitana 28: 19-36

A great part of the bryo-pteridophytic diversity of the Natural Park of Los Alcornocales (Cadiz and Malaga provinces, Andalusia, south of Spain) has been studied. The study has been focused on the woody lauroid, relic communities of Rhododendron ponticum L., one of the more representative habitats of the Park because of its singularity. 23 localities extensively distributed in the Park have been inventoried, taking into account climactic variability. 171 species have been identified: 111 mosses, 2 anthoceros, 42 liverworts and 17 pteridophytes. Total species diversity and the most representative and/or exclusive species are given for each locality. We want to contribute to identifying areas to bear in mind for future conservation and land planning for this kind of communities, unique and frequently forgotten in territory politics at regional and national levels.


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