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3 M. Laínz Lám. –Vandenboschia speciosa. 15 16 CULCITACEAE ESPECIE QUE HA DE BUSCARSE: H. , que alcanza las Azores y el W de Francia, diferenciándose de la descrita sobre todo por las valvas del indusio enteras. En lo ecológico, parece menos exigente aún. 2. 1 1. V. ) G. Kunkel [lám. 27]. Roquedos ácidos, muy húmedos y umbrosos; 0-700 m. VII-VIII. W de Europa y Macaronesia. Cornisa cantábrica, localmente, y sierras de Algeciras; en Portugal, como autóctono, extinto según toda evidencia, pero naturalizado en Valongo.

Taludes térreos, grietas y en general en lugares umbrosos con rocío frecuente; 0-1000 m. XII-VI. Región mediterránea, Canarias y Madeira. Baleares, litoral mediterráneo, mitad S de la Península y Portugal. : A Al Av B Ba Ca Cc Co CR Cs Ge Gr H J (M) Ma (Mu) PM Se T To V. : todas las provincias excepto Mi. 3. S. kraussiana (Kunze) A. Braun. Lugares frescos y umbrosos; subespontáneo, escapado de parques y jardines. III-IX. África tropical y austral; naturalizada en Macaronesia y Europa occidental.

Tinaei Tod. Grietas de roquedos silíceos; 0-1200 m. XI-IX. W de la región mediterránea, Turquía, Canarias y Madeira. Zonas mediterráneas silíceas del C, mitad W peninsular y Cataluña. : B Ba Ce Co CR Cu Ge (Gu) H J Le Lu M O Or (Po) Sa Se To Za. : AAl (BA) BAl BB (BL) (DL) (R) TM. 5. Ch. hispanica Mett. Grietas de roquedos silíceos, en especial cuarcíticos; xerófilo; 0-1100 m. I-XII. W de la región mediterránea. Zonas mediterráneas silíceas del C y W peninsular y Sierra de Espadán. : Av Ba Cc Co CR Cs H J Le Lu (M) (Ma) O Or Po Sa Se To Za.

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