The observations that appear on this map correspond to the ones detected by the LIFE medCLIFFS Observers Network (including also those recorded by volunteers).
|Monitored ecological data|
|Transects with observations:||13|
|Total area with individuals:||81 m2|
|Percentage of observations with juvenile individuals:||23%|
|Percentage of observations with adult individuals:||100%|
|Percentage of observations with senescent individuals:||95%|
These results have been obtained from the data reported by the members of the LIFE medCLIFFS Volunteer Network during the monitoring of the transects and have been validated by the Botanical Institute of Barcelona.
Volunteers observations (selection)
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- Taxon included in the watch list (alien ornamental plants that show evidence of their invasive or potentially invasive character and that must be avoided in areas close to natural habitats, in particular coastal cliffs).
|Data on the invasive species|
|Origen range:||South Africa|
|Grown in Catalonia:||Yes|
|Introduction time:||After 1970|
|Introduction pathway:||Introduced for gardening use|
|Previously reported from Catalonia:||Yes|
Functional traits: Woody, Semi-woody (including succulents, shrubs and canes), vine (including climbers, scandents and trailing plants) or herbaceous plants.
Vital form: annual, biannual o perennial.
Origen range (native range): Mediterranean area, North Africa, North America, South America and Africa, South America, South Africa, Asia, Est of Asia, Australia, Madagascar or artificial origin.
Grown in Catalonia : yes, no, unknown.
Invasion state: invasive o naturalized.
Introduction time (period when the plant was introduced in Catalonia): before 1500, between 1500 and 1900, between 1900 and 1970 or after 1970.
Introduction pathway: Introduced for gardening use, introduced for agricultural use, accidental introduction by transport.
Previously reported in Catalonia (before the start of the project): yes, no.