Graanadventieven nieuw voor de Belgische flora, hoofdzakelijk in de periode 2001-2003

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:2006
Authors:F. Verloove
Start Page:1

New grain aliens in the Belgian flora, primarily over the period 2001-2003. Further research on the adventitious flora related to grain importation in Belgium yielded eight new taxa for the Belgian flora: Aeschynomene americana, Alternanthem tenella, Chamaesyce glyptospenna, Linaria chalepensis, Ornithogalum narbonense, Setaria spliacelata, Trigonella corniculata and Vicia narbonense subsp. sermtifolia (this last taxon has been mentioned before in Belgium but was erroneously omitted in recent editions of the Belgian flora). The present paper describes the new taxa and provides details about their origin, mode of introduction, and references to other European records. The African Setaria sphacelata is probably recorded for the first time in Europe.

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