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Polibotánica

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CECENA-SANCHEZ, M.L.; AGUIRRE-MUNOZ, A.  y  DELGADILLO-RODRIGUEZ, J.. Plant scrubs associations of Guadalupe Island, Mexico. Polibotánica [online]. 2018, n.46, pp.49-70. ISSN 1405-2768.  http://dx.doi.org/10.18387/polibotanica.46.3.

In this article the scrubland vegetation of Guadalupe Island is described, identifying five plant associations from 130 relevés (inventories). A cluster analysis was developed to classify the vegetation using the Jaccard index, in which two main groups that we denominated as scrubs of the north and the south were differentiated. Regarding the floristic analysis, it was possible to identify 75 taxa distributed in 30 families and 55 genera, of which 30 correspond to subshurbs 43 herbaceous and two geophytes. The families Asteraceae (14 taxa) and Fabaceae (8 taxa) were the most representative and diverse. This study allows us to conclude that there is a positive homeostatic response of the insular ecosystem in favor of the recovery of their original plant communities after the feral goat eradication

Palabras llave : insular vegetation; scrubs/shrubs; plant associations; Guadalupe Island.

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