IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)


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Range Description

This plant is endemic to central and central-eastern Spain (Direccin General de Medio Natural y Poltica Forestal del MARM 2007). It is present in five locations throughout the provinces of Albacete, Segovia, Teruel and Zaragoza. It is considered extinct in Laguna de la Zaida (Zaragoza) and Bazalote (Albacete).

Alcntara et al. (2007) reported its presence from 33 grid cells of 1x1 km (33 km2), but this genus in general and the species, are hard to be recognised in the field. An expert is necessary to distinguish this species from other species of the same genus, therefore subpopulations may remain unnoticed.


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