Leonardo Rosati , Vito Antonio Romano , Fabrizio Bartolucci , Liliana Bernardo , Daniela Bouvet , Laura Cancellieri , Giuseppe Caruso , Fabio Conti , Francesco Faraoni , Enrico Banfi , Gabriele Galasso , Edda Lattanzi , Paolo Lavezzo , Simonetta Peccenini , Enrico Vito Perrino , Giovanni Salerno , Adriano Sciandra , Adriano Soldano , Adriano Stinca , Chiara Totta , Simonetta Fascetti
May 31 2017
May 31 2017
The inventory of the taxa collected during the annual field trip of the working group for Floristics Systematics and Evolution of the Italian Botanical Society is reported. It was held in 2013 along the Maddalena Mountains a mountain ridge of the southern Apennines located between the Basilicata and Campania administrative regions (southern Italy) considered as being poorly characterized in terms of vascular flora. A total of 701 units belonging to 74 plant families were recorded including two varieties and four hybrids.Thirty-five taxa resulted endemic to Italy and only 11 alien species were detected while 36 taxa are new or confirmed for the regional floras of Basilicata and/or Campania. In particular 12 taxa are new for Basilicata while four are confirmed. Regarding Campania 14 taxa resulted new for the regional flora and five were confirmed.