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TRES NUEVAS MONOCOTILEDONEAS DESCUBIERTAS EN CHILE: ALSTROEMERIA MOLLENSIS M. MU?OZ ET A. BRINCK (ALSTROEMERIACEAE), MIERSIA CHILENSIS VAR. BICOLOR M. MU?OZ (GILLIESIACEAE) Y CALYDOREA CHILENSIS M. MU?OZ (IRIDACEAE)
Muoz-Schick,Mélica;
Gayana. Botánica , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-66432003000200004
Abstract: three new species of monocots found in chile are described: alstroemeria mollensis, miersia chilensis var. bicolor and calydorea chilensis. descriptions, geographic distribution, photos and drawings are presented
TRES NUEVAS MONOCOTILEDONEAS DESCUBIERTAS EN CHILE: ALSTROEMERIA MOLLENSIS M. MU OZ ET A. BRINCK (ALSTROEMERIACEAE), MIERSIA CHILENSIS VAR. BICOLOR M. MU OZ (GILLIESIACEAE) Y CALYDOREA CHILENSIS M. MU OZ (IRIDACEAE) THREE NEW MONOCOTS DISCOVERED IN CHILE: ALSTROEMERIA MOLLENSIS M. MU OZ ET A. BRINCK (ALSTROEMERIACEAE), MIERSIA CHILENSIS VAR. BICOLOR M. MU OZ (GILLIESIACEAE) AND CALYDOREA CHILENSIS M. MU OZ (IRIDACEAE)
Mélica Muoz-Schick
Gayana. Botanica , 2003,
Abstract: Se describen tres entidades nuevas de monocotiledóneas descubiertas en Chile: Alstroemeria mollensis, Miersia chilensis var. bicolor y Calydorea chilensis. Se presentan descripciones, distribución geográfica, fotos y dibujos Three new species of monocots found in Chile are described: Alstroemeria mollensis, Miersia chilensis var. bicolor and Calydorea chilensis. Descriptions, geographic distribution, photos and drawings are presented
Nueva especie de Loasa (Loasaceae) de Chile
MUOZ-SCHICK,MéLICA; DE TRENQUALYE,ALAIN;
Gayana. Botánica , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-66432011000200027
Abstract: loasa mollensis mu?oz-schick et trenqualye is described as a new species. it is apparently narrowly endemic to a small area in the coast of the valparaiso region, central chile. the species has small yellow flowers and infer rounded capsules containing large seeds.
Nueva especie de Loasa (Loasaceae) de Chile A new species of Loasa (Loasaceae) from Chile
MéLICA MUOZ-SCHICK,ALAIN DE TRENQUALYE
Gayana. Botanica , 2011,
Abstract: Loasa mollensis Mu oz-Schick et Trenqualye is described as a new species. It is apparently narrowly endemic to a small area in the coast of the Valparaiso region, central Chile. The species has small yellow flowers and infer rounded capsules containing large seeds.
CALCEOLARIA CALEUANA M.MU?OZ ET MOREIRA NOM. NOV., NUEVO NOMBRE PARA LA ESPECIE ENDéMICA CHILENA CALCEOLARIA ESPINOSAE M.MU?OZ ET MOREIRA (CALCEOLARIACEAE)
Muoz-Schick,Mélica; Moreira-Muoz,Andrés;
Gayana. Botánica , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-66432009000200012
Abstract: a new name for calceolaria espinosae m.mu?oz et moreira, non pennell, is proposed.
REDESCUBRIMIENTO DE UNA ESPECIE DE CALCEOLARIA (CALCEOLARIACEAE)
Muoz-Schick,Mélica; Moreira-Muoz,Andrés;
Gayana. Botánica , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-66432008000100011
Abstract: the species calceolaria reicheana, nomen nudum, was rediscovered in the metropolitan region, chile. it is considered as a valid species, described and renamed as calceolaria espinosae. a new locality is also recorded.
Validación de Alstroemeria parvula Phil. (Alstroemeriaceae)
Muoz-Schick,Mélica; Morales,Vanezza; Moreira-Muoz,Andrés;
Gayana. Botánica , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-66432011000100014
Abstract: alstroemeria parvula phil., is validated according to new recollections and observations in the central chilean andes. it is redescribed and new localities are included confirming that it is solely protected in the private reserve and ramsar site "parque andino juncal".
"Oasis de neblina" en los cerros costeros del sur de Iquique, región de Tarapacá, Chile, durante el evento El Ni?o 1997-1998
MUOZ-SCHICK,MéLICA; PINTO,RAQUEL; MESA,ALDO; MOREIRA-MUOZ,ANDRéS;
Revista chilena de historia natural , 2001, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-078X2001000200014
Abstract: the flora of four fog oases in the northern chilean coastal desert, visited between october 1997 and january 1998, is described. these botanical collections are new for alto patache, punta lobos and alto chipana. a total of 72 vascular plant species were registered, contributing to the area′s floristic knowledge, where till now only about 20 species were registered. three species are new records for the chilean flora: nolana adansonii (roem. et schult.) johnst., solanum cfr. montanum l. and ophryosporus cfr. floribundus (d.c.) king et rob., and another one alstroemeria lutea (mu?oz 2000) is a new species. this last one, together with eulychnia aricensis ritter, pyrrhocactus saxifragus ritter (both cactaceae) and nolana intonsa johnst. (nolanaceae) are local endemics. of the total of registered species, 43 % are endemics, 52.7 % are non endemic natives and a low percentage (4.1 %) are foreign species; 47.2 % share their distribution with perú. the families asteraceae, nolanaceae and solanaceae, are the best represented in the area, each one with more than seven species. information about special climatic conditions due to el ni?o 1997-1998 event is discussed in relationship to the development of the flora and vegetation. in spite of a non significant occurrence of rainfall events, an increase in temperature and in the fog's water content is detected. these conditions favor the development of more exuberant vegetation and the expansion of the distribution range of some floristic elements
Actualización sistemática y distribución geográfica de Mutisioideae (Asteraceae) de Chile Systematic revision and geographic distribution of Chilean Mutisioideae (Asteraceae)
Andrés Moreira-Muoz,Vanezza Morales,Mélica Muoz-Schick
Gayana. Botanica , 2012,
Abstract: Se presenta una actualización sistemática y de distribución geográfica de las especies y categorías infraespecíficas de la subfamilia Mutisioideae (tribus Mutisieae, Nassauvieae y Onoserideae) para Chile. El trabajo fue realizado sobre la base de bibliografía y la revisión de ejemplares principalmente de los herbarios SGO y CONC. Los resultados arrojan la presencia de 28 géneros, 192 especies y otros 22 taxones infraespecíficos en Chile. Siete de estos géneros, 77 especies y 12 taxones infraespecíficos tienen carácter de endémicos para el país. La revisión arroja dos adiciones y dos sustracciones a la flora de Chile. Adicionalmente, 47 de los taxones han sido corregidos en cuanto a su distribución geográfica por región en Chile. Se discute finalmente las implicancias que posee un adecuado conocimiento de la distribución geográfica de las especies para estudios de biogeografía y conservación de la flora nativa. A systematic revision including the geographic distribution of the taxa pertaining to the Chilean Mutisioideae (tribes Mutisieae, Nassauvieae and Onoserideae) has been undertaken. The study has been done by means of the revision of available monographs and the most recent regional checklist, together with the examination of exemplars from SGO and CONC herbaria. Results show the presence of 28 genera, 192 species, and 22 other infraspecific taxa in Chile. Seven of these genera, 77 species, and 12 infraspecific taxa are endemic to the country. The revision suggests two additions and two subtractions from the Chilean flora. Furthermore, the geographic distribution in Chilean regions of 47 taxa was corrected. Finally, the implications of an adequate geographic knowledge of these species are discussed, in relationship to the biogeography and the conservation of the Chilean flora.
Origen del nombre de los géneros de plantas vasculares nativas de Chile y su representatividad en Chile y el mundo Name origin of the native genera of vascular plants from Chile and its presence in Chile and the world
MéLICA MUOZ-SCHICK,ANDRéS MOREIRA-MUOZ,SERGIO MOREIRA ESPINOZA
Gayana. Botanica , 2012,
Abstract: La presente contribución constituye un aporte al conocimiento de la flora vascular de Chile, reuniendo en un solo texto la información acerca del significado del nombre de los géneros chilenos de plantas vasculares. Para ello se ha actualizado la lista de géneros nativos válidos a la fecha y se ha recopilado la información eminentemente dispersa en relación con el origen de los nombres. Adicionalmente se incluye información relevante acerca de la distribución de cada género y el número de especies nativas presentes en Chile. This paper is a contribution to the knowledge of the vascular flora of Chile, bringing together in one text the information about the meaning of names of the Chilean genera of vascular plants. For this purpose, we updated the list of valid genera native to Chile and revised all the available and currently dispersed literature in relation to the origin of the names. We also included relevant information about the distribution of each genus and the number of native species present in Chile.
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