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Plant Diversity of an Andean Cloud ForestInventory of the Vascular Flora of Maquipucuna, Ecuador$
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Grady Webster

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780520098305

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520098305.001.0001

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Circumscription of the Region Covered by the Inventory

Circumscription of the Region Covered by the Inventory

Chapter:
(p.28) Circumscription of the Region Covered by the Inventory
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Plant Diversity of an Andean Cloud Forest
Author(s):

Grady L. Webster

Robert M. Rhode

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University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520098305.003.0008

The checklist presented in this book is an inventory of the vascular plants of Maquipucuna and adjacent cloud forest areas of the western Andean slopes in Ecuador. It covers the floristic area of Maquipucuna, which lies within Cantón Quito, Provincia Pichincha and includes the Bosque Protector Maquipucuna, the Alambi Valley, Cerro Campana, Cerro Cachillacta, Cerro Negro, and all of the land east of the road between Tandayapa, Nanegalito, and Nanegal. The total area included is approximately 22,000 hectares, with an elevational range of 1100–2800m.

Keywords:   vascular plants, Maquipucuna, Ecuador, Cantón Quito, Provincia Pichincha, Bosque Protector Maquipucuna, Alambi Valley, Cerro Campana, Cerro Cachillacta, Cerro Negro

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