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Lechuga de mar

Limonium cossonianum

Description:

Planta endémica de las costas mediterráneas de la Península Ibérica, especialmente en la Región de Murcia. Se trata de una especie halófita, tolerante a la sal, que crece en zonas litorales sobre saladares o rocas expuestas a la maresía.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------This is an endemic plant of the Mediterranean coasts of the Iberian Peninsula, especially in the region of Murcia. It is a halophyte species, salt tolerant, growing on salt marshes in coastal areas or rocks exposed to maresía.

Habitat:

Isla del Ciervo, Mar Menor (Murcia).


1 species ID suggestions

Isabela
Isabela 3 years ago
Lechuga de mar
Limonium cossonianum Limonium cossonianum

1 Comment

eulalia rubio
eulalia rubio 3 years ago

Gracias, Isabela por la ID.

San Javier, Región de Murcia, Spain

Lat: 37.66, Long: -0.74

Spotted on Aug 24, 2010
Submitted on Aug 24, 2010

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