Dataset.

Checklist of the Vascular Plants of Río Muni (Equatorial Guinea)

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/296050
Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Velayos, Guillermo
  • Barberá, Patricia
  • Cabezas, Francisco J.
  • Fero, Maximiliano
  • Velayos, Mauricio
Dataset of the Checklist of the Vascular Plants of Río Muni (Equatorial Guinea), An updated checklist of the vascular plants from the continental region of Equatorial Guinea, Río Muni is presented. The catalogue (Appendix 1) is the result of the compilation of identified herbarium specimens (6850), bibliographic references with species records (7985) and online databases (10109 GBIF records and 8897 RAINBIO records). A database of 23517 georeferenced vascular plant records was prepared by updating the nomenclatural and standardizing the locality names from all these sources. The catalogue comprises 2707 taxa (2598 species, 81 subspecies, and 28 varieties) included in 1020 genera and 178 families. About 90.6% of the taxa are considered native, 1.17% introduced and 5.96% naturalized. The 10 most diverse families are Rubiaceae (294 species), Fabaceae (290), Orchidaceae (168), Poaceae (105), Euphorbiaceae (87), Apocynaceae (85), Cyperaceae (79), Annonaceae (68), Acanthaceae (65 ) and Melastomataceae (61), which comprise 49.22% of the species in Río Muni. Only 11 species can be considered endemic to Río Muni; this low number reflects the absence of natural barriers in the territory. The number of threatened taxa (VU, EN and CR) is 134 (5.02% of the total evaluated), of which 43 are at risk of extinction, being within the categories of Endangered or Critically Endangered. Five species with restricted distribution to the Gulf of Guinea are considered threatened: three Endangered (Grossera angustifolia, Polyscias aequatoguineensis and Rhipidoglossum montealenense), and two Critically Endangered (Asplenium carvalhoanum and Macropodiella uoroensis), thus they should be considered as priority in management plans development and conservation strategies., Peer reviewed
 
DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/296050, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/15141
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HANDLE: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/296050, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/15141
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Ver en: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/296050, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/15141
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Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid
oai:jardinbotanico.revistas.csic.es:article/565
Artículo científico (article). 2023

CHECKLIST OF THE VASCULAR PLANTS OF RÍO MUNI (EQUATORIAL GUINEA): FLORISTIC ANALYSIS, DIVERSITY, ENDEMICITY, AND THREATENED STATUS

CATÁLOGO DE LAS PLANTAS VASCULARES DE RÍO MUNI (GUINEA ECUATORIAL): ANÁLISIS FLORÍSTICO, DIVERSIDAD, ENDEMICIDAD Y ESTADO DE AMENAZA

Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid
  • Velayos, Guillermo
  • Barberá, Patricia
  • Cabezas, Francisco J.
  • Fero, Maximiliano
  • Velayos, Mauricio
An updated checklist of the vascular plants from the continental region of Equatorial Guinea (Río Muni) is presented. The catalogue (Appendix 1) is the result of the compilation of herbarium specimens (6850), species records (7985) from the botanical literature and online databases (10109 GBIF records and 8897 RAINBIO records). A database of 23517 georeferenced records was prepared by updating the nomenclatural and standardizing the locality names from all these sources. The catalogue comprises 2707 taxa (2598 species, 81 subspecies, and 28 varieties) included in 1020 genera and 178 families. About 90.6% of the taxa are considered native, 1.17% introduced and 5.96% naturalized. The 10 most diverse families are Rubiaceae (294 species), Fabaceae (290), Orchidaceae (168), Poaceae (105), Euphorbiaceae (87), Apocynaceae (85), Cyperaceae (79), Annonaceae (68), Acanthaceae (65) and Melastomataceae (61), which comprise 49.22% of the species in Río Muni. Only 11 species can be considered endemic to Río Muni; this low number reflects the absence of natural barriers in the territory. The number of threatened taxa (VU, EN and CR) is 134 (5.02% of the total evaluated), of which 43 are at risk of extinction, being within the categories of Endangered or Critically Endangered. Five species restricted to the Gulf of Guinea are considered threatened: three Endangered (Grossera angustifolia, Polyscias aequatoguineensis and Rhipidoglossum montealenense), and two Critically Endangered (Asplenium carvalhoanum and Macropodiella uoroensis), thus they should be considered as priority in management plans development and conservation strategies., Se presenta un catálogo actualizado de las plantas vasculares de la región continental de Guinea Ecuatorial (Río Muni). El catálogo es fruto de la compilación de especímenes de herbario (6,850), registros de especies de la literatura botánica (7,985) y bases de datos en línea (10,109 registros de GBIF y 8,897 de RAINBIO). Se elaboró una base de datos de 23,517 registros georreferenciados realizando la actualización nomenclatural y estandarización de los nombres de localidades de todas estas fuentes. El catálogo comprende 2707 taxones (2598 especies, 81 subespecies y 28 variedades) incluidos en 1,020 géneros y 178 familias. El 90.6% de los taxones se consideran nativos, el 1.17% introducidos y el 5.96% naturalizados. Las 10 familias más diversas son Rubiaceae (294 especies), Fabaceae (290), Orchidaceae (168), Poaceae (105), Euphorbiaceae (87), Apocynaceae (85), Cyperaceae (79), Annonaceae (68), Acanthaceae (65) y Melastomataceae (61), que comprenden el 49.22% de las especies de Río Muni. Solo 11 especies pueden considerarse endémicas de Río Muni; este bajo número refleja la ausencia de barreras naturales en el territorio. El número de taxones amenazados (VU, EN y CR) es de 134 (5.02% del total evaluado) de los cuales 43 se encuentran en riesgo de extinción, al estar dentro de las categorías de En Peligro o En Peligro Crítico. Cinco especies restringidas al Golfo de Guinea se consideran amenazadas: tres En Peligro (Grossera angustifolia, Polyscias aequatoguineensis y Rhipidoglossum montealenense), y dos En Peligro Crítico (Asplenium carvalhoanum y Macropodiella uoroensis), por lo que deberían considerarse prioritarias en los planes de gestión y conservación.



Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/350603
Artículo científico (article). 2024

CHECKLIST OF THE VASCULAR PLANTS OF RÍO MUNI (EQUATORIAL GUINEA): FLORISTIC ANALYSIS, DIVERSITY, ENDEMICITY, AND THREATENED STATUS

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Velayos, Guillermo
  • Barbera, Patricia
  • Cabezas, Francisco J.
  • Maximiliano, Fero
  • Velayos, Mauricio
An updated checklist of the vascular plants from the continental region of Equatorial Guinea (Río Muni) is presented. The catalogue (Appendix 1) is the result of the compilation of herbarium specimens (6850), species records (7985) from the botanical literature and online databases (10109 GBIF records and 8897 RAINBIO records). A database of 23517 georeferenced records was prepared by updating the nomenclatural and standardizing the locality names from all these sources. The catalogue comprises 2707 taxa (2598 species, 81 subspecies, and 28 varieties) included in 1020 genera and 178 families. About 90.6% of the taxa are considered native, 1.17% introduced and 5.96% naturalized. The 10 most diverse families are Rubiaceae (294 species), Fabaceae (290), Orchidaceae (168), Poaceae (105), Euphorbiaceae (87), Apocynaceae (85), Cyperaceae (79), Annonaceae (68), Acanthaceae (65) and Melastomataceae (61), which comprise 49.22% of the species in Río Muni. Only 11 species can be considered endemic to Río Muni; this low number reflects the absence of natural barriers in the territory. The number of threatened taxa (VU, EN and CR) is 134 (5.02% of the total evaluated), of which 43 are at risk of extinction, being within the categories of Endangered or Critically Endangered. Five species restricted to the Gulf of Guinea are considered threatened: three Endangered (Grossera angustifolia, Polyscias aequatoguineensis and Rhipidoglossum montealenense), and two Critically Endangered (Asplenium carvalhoanum and Macropodiella uoroensis), thus they should be considered as priority in management plans development and conservation strategies.




Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/296050
Dataset. 2023

CHECKLIST OF THE VASCULAR PLANTS OF RÍO MUNI (EQUATORIAL GUINEA)

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Velayos, Guillermo
  • Barberá, Patricia
  • Cabezas, Francisco J.
  • Fero, Maximiliano
  • Velayos, Mauricio
Dataset of the Checklist of the Vascular Plants of Río Muni (Equatorial Guinea), An updated checklist of the vascular plants from the continental region of Equatorial Guinea, Río Muni is presented. The catalogue (Appendix 1) is the result of the compilation of identified herbarium specimens (6850), bibliographic references with species records (7985) and online databases (10109 GBIF records and 8897 RAINBIO records). A database of 23517 georeferenced vascular plant records was prepared by updating the nomenclatural and standardizing the locality names from all these sources. The catalogue comprises 2707 taxa (2598 species, 81 subspecies, and 28 varieties) included in 1020 genera and 178 families. About 90.6% of the taxa are considered native, 1.17% introduced and 5.96% naturalized. The 10 most diverse families are Rubiaceae (294 species), Fabaceae (290), Orchidaceae (168), Poaceae (105), Euphorbiaceae (87), Apocynaceae (85), Cyperaceae (79), Annonaceae (68), Acanthaceae (65 ) and Melastomataceae (61), which comprise 49.22% of the species in Río Muni. Only 11 species can be considered endemic to Río Muni; this low number reflects the absence of natural barriers in the territory. The number of threatened taxa (VU, EN and CR) is 134 (5.02% of the total evaluated), of which 43 are at risk of extinction, being within the categories of Endangered or Critically Endangered. Five species with restricted distribution to the Gulf of Guinea are considered threatened: three Endangered (Grossera angustifolia, Polyscias aequatoguineensis and Rhipidoglossum montealenense), and two Critically Endangered (Asplenium carvalhoanum and Macropodiella uoroensis), thus they should be considered as priority in management plans development and conservation strategies., Peer reviewed





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