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[A phytosociological interpretation of vegetation from sandy hills of the Peruvian desert].

@article{GalndeMera2011API,
  title={[A phytosociological interpretation of vegetation from sandy hills of the Peruvian desert].},
  author={Antonio Gal{\'a}n de Mera and Eliana Linares Perea and Jos{\'e} Campos de la Cruz and Jos{\'e} Alfredo Vicente Orellana},
  journal={Revista de biologia tropical},
  year={2011},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={
          809-28
        }
}
The vegetation of the sandy hills ("lomas") constitutes the main originality of the Peruvian and Chilean desert with a high number of endemics that shapes the vicarious associations. In this work, a phytosociological view of sandy environments of the Peruvian coastal desert is presented. According to the Braun-Blanquet method, we have made up 32 phytosociological inventories and added 138 ones from others authors. In each inventory, we have analyzed its floristic composition and ecological… Expand
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