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Biogeographical synthesis of Andalusia ( southern Spain )

  title={Biogeographical synthesis of Andalusia ( southern Spain )},
  author={S R-M{\'i} and Agnes Deepa A and B D{\'i}-G and Jihane M},
Andalusia is a large territory of almost and analysis of the endemic taxa, series and plant 90,000 km in the south of Spain. The marked heterogeneity communities found in the territory. of its orographic, lithological and climatic features affords its plants and vegetation a high degree of biodiversity. A 

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