Una nueva asociación de vegetación halófila en el sureste de la península ibérica (España): Limonio Majoris-Sarcocornietum fruticosae

  1. María Lucía Lendínez 1
  2. Francisco M. Marchal 1
  3. Carlos Salazar Mendía 1
  1. 1 Universidad de Jaén

    Universidad de Jaén

    Jaén, España

    ROR https://ror.org/0122p5f64


ISSN: 0210-7708

Year of publication: 2012

Volume: 32

Issue: 1

Pages: 229-236

Type: Article

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A new halophytic vegetation association in southeastern Iberian Penin-sula (Spain): Limonio majoris-Sarcocornietum fruticosae. As a result of the research on the vegetation of Andalusian saline wetlands, a new halophytic association in the Baza depression (Granada) is characterized and described. This phytocoenoses is mainly dominated by Sarcocornia fruticosa(L.) A. J. Scott, together with other succulent nano-phanerophytes and rosulate hemicryptophytes, highlighting the existence of the local endemic taxon Limonium majus (Boiss.) Erben. The new association is named Limonio majoris-Sarcocornietum fruticosaeass. Novabeing exclusive of the Guadician-Bastetan district territories (Guadician-Bacensean sector, Baetic province) and developing in the Mesomediterranean semiarid bioclimatic belt.