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Asteraceae

Abrotanella submarginata A.Gray

Place of Publication

Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts 5: 137 (1862)

Type citation

“Orange Harbour, & c. Fuegia U.S. South Pacific Exploring exp., 1838-42". Lectotype designated by Swenson (1995:186): GH. Isolectotypes: P, US)

References

  • Gray A. (1862)

    Gray, A. 1862. Characters of some Compositae in the Collection of the United States South pacific Exploring Expedition under captain Wilkes, with Observations, &c. Proceedings of the American Academy of Art and Sciences 5: 114-173

  • Moore (1983)

    Moore, D.M. 1983. Flora of Tierra del Fuego. Shrewsbury: Anthony Nelson

  • Swenson (1995)

    Swenson, U. 1995. Systematics of Abrotanella, an Amphi-pacific genus of Asteraceae (Senecioneae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 197: 149-193

  • Cabrera (1971b)

    Cabrera, A.L. 1971b. Flora Patagónica, vol. 7: Compositae. Buenos Aires: Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria

Iconography

  • Swenson (1995): fig. 12a
  • Cabrera (1971b): fig. 158

Regions

Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena

Habitat

Mountain ranges, Andean cordilleras, Patagonian steppe and Wetlands

Distribution and habitat

Restricted to the western archipelago of southern Chile on Tierra del Fuego and on island of the mainland of Ultima Esperanza. It grows in rock crevices, on bare soil, on boggy mountain slopes and amongst moist rocks near the high water mark. It has an altitudinal range from sea level to 700 m.

Distribution

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Descriptions

  • Cabrera (1971b)
  • Moore (1983)
  • Swenson (1995)

Habit

Grows as solitary plants or as loose mats. Flowering from December to February.