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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Clima Temperado - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2021
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: DANA, E. D.
VERLOOVE, F.
ALVES, P.
HEIDEN, G.
Additional Information: ELIAS D. DANA, PLAN ANDALUZ DE INVESTIGACIÓN; FILIP VERLOOVE, MEISE BOTANIC GARDEN; PAULO ALVES, FLORADATA-BIODIVERSIDADE, AMBIENTE E RECURSOS NATURAIS, LDA.; GUSTAVO HEIDEN, CPACT.
Title: Senecio brasiliensis (Spreng.) Less. (Asteraceae), another potentially invasive alien species in Europe.
Publisher: BioInvasions Records, v. 10, Issue 3, p. 521?536, 2021.
Language: Ingles
Keywords: Planta invasora
Espécie invasora
Description: Senecio brasiliensis (Spreng.) Less., native to South America (Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia and Argentina), is reported for the first time as a naturalized alien species from Europe (near Porto; Portugal). The species? taxonomy and nomenclature were analysed based on literature data. Its ecology, habitat, biology and possible vector of introduction are discussed. As a necessary step towards a risk assessment, the suitability of European climates for the species? settlement was analysed. Fourteen countries with suitable climatic conditions appeared in all our models: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Macedonia, Montenegro, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain and the United Kingdom (England). Given the ecological characteristics of the species and the climatic features of the areas analysed, it is concluded that S. brasiliensis exhibits a great potential to become an invasive alien in Europe.
Thesagro: Senecio Brasiliensis
Planta Exótica
Biologia Vegetal
NAL Thesaurus: Portugal
Data Created: 2021-08-09
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