Novedades corológicas y nomenclaturales para la flora vascular de la Sierra de Gredos (Sistema Central), III

  1. Rogelio SÁNCHEZ-VILLEGAS
  2. Begoña QUIRÓS DE LA PEÑA
  3. Manuel SÁNCHEZ-VILLEGAS
  4. Francisco Javier DE SANDE VELICIA
  5. Joaquín CASTRO CASTRO
  6. José Luis ROBLES FERNÁNDEZ
  7. Luis Fernando ESTÉVEZ RODRÍGUEZ
  8. Cecilia SÁNCHEZ BENZ
  9. Lea SÁNCHEZ BENZ
  10. Blanca MARTÍN GARCÍA
  11. Juan Luis MENÉNDEZ VALDERREY
  12. Santiago Miguel SANTERO GARCÍA
  13. Santiago José GONZÁLEZ CARRERA
  14. Juan Carlos RICO JIMÉNEZ
  15. Israel ÁLVAREZ PADILLA
  16. Nieves HERNÁNDEZ HERNÁNDEZ
  17. Belén HERNÁNDEZ DE LA TORRE BENZAL
  18. Pablo VARGAS GÓMEZ
  19. Modesto LUCEÑO GARCÉS
Journal:
Flora Montiberica

ISSN: 1988-799X 1138-5952

Year of publication: 2022

Issue: 82

Pages: 24-30

Type: Article

More publications in: Flora Montiberica

Metrics

SCImago Journal Rank

  • Year 2022
  • SJR Journal Impact: 0.106
  • Best Quartile: Q4
  • Area: Plant Science Quartile: Q4 Rank in area: 504/513
  • Area: Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics Quartile: Q4 Rank in area: 696/706
  • Area: Ecology Quartile: Q4 Rank in area: 438/449

Scopus CiteScore

  • Year 2022
  • CiteScore of the Journal : 0.3
  • Area: Ecology Percentile: 5
  • Area: Plant Science Percentile: 3
  • Area: Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics Percentile: 2

Abstract

In the present paper we present the floristic novelties for the flora of the Sierra de Gredos resulting from the explorations of these mountains and that, mostly, are the result of the field trips of the year 2021. We present 31 chorological novelties, among which we highlight the finding in the Community of Madrid of the restricted endemic Iberodes brassicifolia (Lag.) M. Serrano, R. Carbajal & S. Ortiz. Also relevant are Herniaria hirsuta L., Rosa glauca Pourr. (new for the Spanish Central System) and Rosa coriifolia Fr. (new for Extremadura and the whole of the Sierra de Gredos), as well as Soliva sessilisRuiz & Pav., Trifolium vesiculosumSavi (new for Castilla y León) and Lepidium villarsii Gren. & Godr. subsp. villarsii (new for the Sierra de Gredos). Finally, two new nomenclatural combinations are made in the genus Tephroseris (Rchb.) Rchb.: Tephroseris balbisiana (DC.) Holub subsp. coincy (Rouy) P. Vargas & Luceño, endemic to Gredos range, and Tephroseris balbisiana subsp. elodes (Boiss. ex DC.) P. Vargas & Luceño, endemic to Sierra Nevada.