Statut démographique de Centaurea corymbosa Pourret (Asteraceae), Hormatophylla pyrenaica (Lapeyr.) Cullen & Dudley (Brassicaceae) et Marsilea strigosa Willd. (Marsileaceae-Pteridophyta), trois plantes rares du sud de la France

Bruno Colas, Miquel Riba, James Molina

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Abstract

Summary: During 1994, we studied the demographic status of three rare species of the south of France: Centaurea corymbosa Pourret (Asteraceae), Hormotophylla pyrenaica (Lapeyr.) Cullen & Dudley (Brassicaceae) et Marsilea strigosa Willd. (Marsileaceae-Pteridoridophyta). The number of populations and the population sizes are given. Some observations on biology and life-history traits are also discussed. © 1996, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)191-198
JournalActa Botanica Gallica
Volume143
Issue number2-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1996

Keywords

  • Centaurea corymbosa
  • European Habitat Directive
  • Hormotophylla pyrenaica
  • Marsilea strigosa
  • Population sizes

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