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Gigaspermum mouretti Corb. en las Islas Baleares

@inproceedings{Larrucea1989GigaspermumMC,
  title={Gigaspermum mouretti Corb. en las Islas Baleares},
  author={Juan Rita Larrucea and Josep Antoni Rossell{\'o} Picornell},
  year={1989}
}
We quote Gigaspermum mouretii Corb. form the first time in Balearic Island. To this moment these island represent the northern limit in the distribution area for this species. We also present a detailed description of its sporophyte, as well as some data concerning the substrate where it lives, suggesting a preference for decarbonated soils with a relatively high nutrient content. 
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