Collectanea Botanica, Vol 34 (2015)

Crassula ovata, una nueva especie alóctona para China continental


https://doi.org/10.3989/collectbot.2015.v34.009

Z. Q. Wang
Key Laboratory for Bio-resources and Eco-environment, College of Life Sciences, Sichuan University, China

D. Guillot
Botanic Garden, University of Valencia, España

J. López-Pujol
Botanic Institute of Barcelona (IBB-CSIC-ICUB), España

Resumen


Se reporta por primera vez la presencia de Crassula ovata, o planta de jade, en China continental. Se han descubierto dos pequeñas poblaciones en el centro de la ciudad de Chengdu (provincia de Sichuan, oeste de China).

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especies alóctonas; Crassula ovata; China; Sichuan; subespontánea

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