Two wild hybrids of Erica L. (Ericaceae) from northwest Spain

  • Jaime Fagúndez
Palabras clave: Erica x stuartii, Erica x veitchii, Erica x veitchii nothosubsp, Asturica, Erica tetralix, Erica mackaiana, Erica arborea, Erica lusitanica subsp, Cantabrica, Hybridisation, Spain,

Resumen

Two hybrids of genus Erica L. are recorded from northwest Spain. Erica x stuartii (MacFarl.) Mast. (E. tetralix L. x E. mackaiana Bab.) is recorded from Aranga (A Coruña, NW Spain). Hitherto this hybrid was only known from Ireland and Asturias (N Spain). Erica x veitchii Bean (E. arborea L. x E. lusitanica Rudolphi) is recorded from Asturias for first time in the wild. E. lusitanica corresponds to the recently described subspecies cantabrica Fagúndez & Izco, therefore a new name for the nothosubspecies is proposed: E. x veitchii nothosubsp. Asturica nothosubsp. nov.

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Publicado
2006-06-28
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Fagúndez, J. (2006). Two wild hybrids of Erica L. (Ericaceae) from northwest Spain. Botanica Complutensis, 30, 131 - 135. https://doi.org/-
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