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Planning above species level is sometimes better for effective plant conservation

AuthorsBlanché, C.; Herrando Moraira, Sonia ; Hoyo, Alberto del; López-Pujol, Jordi ; Massó, Sergi ; Rosselló, Josep A.; Simon, J.; Bosch, M.
Issue Date2-Oct-2019
CitationXVI Optima Meeting (2019)
AbstractNew data on demography, niche modeling, genetic diversity (including allozymes, cpDNA, and chromosome numbers) and phylogeography of closely related taxa of Delphinium ser. Fissa (Delphinium fissum subsp. fissum and subsp. sordidum, D. bolosii and D. mansanetianum) in the W. Mediterranean are given. New scientific information suggests that in certain cases, conservation plans at supraspecific level better addresses appropriate threat evaluation and effective protection measures when taxa are closely related and subject to unconnected multiple local, regional and national administrations, beyond territorial borders.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado en el XVI Optima Meeting (Organization for the Phyto-Taxonomic Investigation of the Mediterranean Area), celebrado en Atenas (Grecia), del 2 al 5 de octubre de 2019
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