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Anchusa aegyptiaca (Boraginaceae), a new species for the Iberian flora

AuthorsSánchez-Gómez, P.; Jiménez, J. F; Vera, J. B; Aedo, Carlos
Iberian flora
Mediterranean flora
Issue Date2008
PublisherHerbarium Mediterraneum Panormitanum
CitationFlora Mediterránea 18 : p.374-378, 2008
AbstractAnchusa aegyptiaca (L.) DC., a taxon considered native to the Eastern Mediterranean has been recognized in the province of Murcia (south-eastern Spain). Its identity was confirmed by a comparative macromorphological study between Spanish individuals and herbarium specimens from other countries, and a scanning electron microscope study of its floral characters. The presence of this species in the Eastern Mediterranean represents an important disjunction of great paleobiogeographic relevance.
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