From greenhouse to the wildlife: global invasion patterns of Kalanchoe ×houghtonii (Crassulaceae)

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Title: From greenhouse to the wildlife: global invasion patterns of Kalanchoe ×houghtonii (Crassulaceae)
Authors: Consorci del Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona
Herrando-Moraira, Sonia
Vitales, Daniel
Nualart, Neus
Gómez-Bellver, Carlos
Ibáñez Cortina, Neus
Massó, Sergi
Cachón, Pilar
González Gutiérrez, Pedro A.
Herrera, Ileana
Shaw, Daniel
Stinca, A
Issue Date: 5-Oct-2019
Keywords: Plantes suculentes
Plantes invasores
Plantes introduïdes
Access to document: http://hdl.handle.net/2072/375891
Citation: XVI Optima Meeting (2019)
Extent: 28 p.
Abstract: The invasive alien species are currently considered one of the main threats to global biodiversity, with ornamental horticulture being the major introduction pathway of alien plants. One of the most rapidly expanding invasive plants in recent times is Kal
Appears in Collections:Institut Botànic de Barcelona / Comunicacions

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