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Authors Ladero, M., C. J. Valle, A. Amor, M. T. Santos, F. Santos and A. Gutierrez
Title Halosubnitrophilous pastures of the west of the regional community of Castilla y Leon (Spain)
Source Phytocoenologia
Author Keywords pastures phytosociology Poetea bulbosae Duero Basin Castilla y Leon Spain
Abstract A study is made of halosubnitrophilous perennial pastures of livestock interest in the Duero Basin (Spain). Characterized floristically and physiognomically by Poa bulbosa and Trifolium ornithopodioides, these pastures have annual halophilous (Frankenia pulverulenta, Hordeum marinum, Hymenolobus procumbens, Parapholis incurva and Scorzonera laciniata var. subulata) and perennial (Camphorosma monspeliaca, Plantago maritima and Puccinellia caespitosa) elements as well as many therophytes belonging to Helianthemetea guttati. From the results emerges a description of the new association Trifolio ornitho-podioidis-Poetum bulbosae, which we include in the alliance Poo-Astragalion sesamei (Poetalia bulbosae, Poetea bulbosae). The floristic-sociological analysis is complemented with edaphological, bioclimatic and dynamic data relating to the new association.
Author Address Fac Pharm, Dept Plant Biol, E-37007 Salamanca, Spain. Fac Pharm, Dept Soil Sci, E-37007 Salamanca, Spain. Ladero, M, Fac Pharm, Dept Plant Biol, Avda Campo Charro S-N, E-37007 Salamanca, Spain.
Year Published 1997
Volume 27
Issue 4
Beginning Page 573-588
Unique Article Identifier ISI:000071199200004
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