The presence of Hieracium pollinense Zahn in Italy is confirmed here after 132 years since its first description based on a single collection made in 1877 in the Mt. Pollino. It is a calcicolous species, so far represented by one population, belongs to the H. sect. Villosa. In line with the IUCN criteria its conservation status assessment is "endangered".

Gottschlich G., Scafidi F., & Di Gristina E. (2017). Hieracium pollinense (Asteraceae), an endemic species to the Pollino National Park (Southern Italy) rediscovered. ACTA BOTANICA CROATICA, 76(1), 95-97 [10.1515/botcro-2016-0047].

Hieracium pollinense (Asteraceae), an endemic species to the Pollino National Park (Southern Italy) rediscovered

Scafidi F.
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
;
Di Gristina E.
Writing – Review & Editing
2017

Abstract

The presence of Hieracium pollinense Zahn in Italy is confirmed here after 132 years since its first description based on a single collection made in 1877 in the Mt. Pollino. It is a calcicolous species, so far represented by one population, belongs to the H. sect. Villosa. In line with the IUCN criteria its conservation status assessment is "endangered".
Settore BIO/02 - Botanica Sistematica
Settore BIO/03 - Botanica Ambientale E Applicata
Gottschlich G., Scafidi F., & Di Gristina E. (2017). Hieracium pollinense (Asteraceae), an endemic species to the Pollino National Park (Southern Italy) rediscovered. ACTA BOTANICA CROATICA, 76(1), 95-97 [10.1515/botcro-2016-0047].
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