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Ritrovamento di tre specie vegetali nuove per la Svizzera e di un taxon raro considerato regionalmente scomparso

  title={Ritrovamento di tre specie vegetali nuove per la Svizzera e di un taxon raro considerato regionalmente scomparso},
  author={S. Mangili and Nicola Schoenenberger and David Frey},
This article presents the floristic notes concerning three plant species new to Switzerland: the neophytes Acalypha australis, Cyperus difformis and Ferula communis, and the rare and threatened Lythrum portula, considered regionally missing. The plants were discovered in anthropogenic and disturbed habitats in the lowlands of southern Ticino, Switzerland, in 2014 and 2015. Origin, geographic distribution, possible introduction modes, invasion potential, and, for the rare species, threat and… Expand
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