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Notes on threatened plants of Leon (Spain), III/Notas sobre flora leonesa amenazada, III.

Introduction

Knowledge and confirmation of existing populations as well as the search of new ones, is one of the threatened plants conservation basic pillars, but is frequently forgotten in conservation policies. As a continuation of previous papers (Egido & al., 2012a, 2012b) we now provide new information about recent Leonese localities or comments about other previous reports, for 18 protected/threatened vascular plants.

All of them are included in the current Spanish Red List of Vascular Plants (from here on out LRFVE) (Moreno, 2008, 2010) and/or in Castilla y Leon plants protection laws (Anon., 2007a, 2015), either in the Priority Attention Plants Inventory of Castilla y Leon (from here on out IEAPCL) or in the Threatened Plants Index of Castilla y Leon (from here on out CEACL). Moreover, some of them are included in state protection laws (Anon., 2011), either in the Spanish Threatened Species Index (from here on out CEEA) or in the Wild Species Under Special Protection Index (from here on out LESRPE), or are also included in European protection laws in any annex of the Habitats Directive (Anon., 1992), which is transferred to the Spanish legislation by the law 42/2007 of Natural Patrimony and Biodiversity (Anon., 2007b).

The indexed material--when collected--is deposited in the Herbarium of the University of Leon (LEB). When we have collected testimony material, there have always been few specimens. For each report we provide the following data: locality (municipality, nearest town and place name, in this order), 1 x 1 Km UTM grid square (ED50 Datum), altitude, ecology, collection data, collector names and registration code in LEB, if available. Taxa are alphabetically ordered. Taxa names follow Flora Iberica (Castroviejo & al., 19862016) except in the case of Spergula rimarum where we follow the criteria of Puente & al. (1995).

Results and Discussion

Aquilegia pyrenaica subsp. discolor (Levier & Leresche) Pereda & M. Lainz

Leon: Cabrillanes, Torre de Babia, between Laguna de Las Verdes and Pena Redonda, 29TQH3265, chionophilous basophilous grassland (Armerion cantabricae), 1955 m asl, 9-VII-2015, E. Puente & F. del Egido (observed and photographed).

Cantabrian endemism included in the IEAPCL, of which in Egido & al. (2012a, 2012b) we had compiled the existent leonese localities, as well as we had mentioned that it existed a report in Puerto de Pinos, near Pena Ubina (Romero, 1983), not supported by any sheet and which had not been relocated again in that area. Finally, we have seen it in Babia's territories although not in that place but nearby Picos Albos, where there were lacking. This small population constitutes its occidental distribution limit.

Armeria rothmaleri Nieto Fel.

Leon: Sobrado, Cancela, strait of Covas (canyon of River Sil), 29TPH7807, rupicolous community (Saxifragion trifurcato-canaliculatae) in dolomitic limestone, 445-465 m asl, 29-IV-2014, F. del Egido & P. Bariego (observed and photographed); Sobrado, La Barosa, tunnel of La Barosa, 29TPH7807, rupicolous community, dolomitic limestone, 490 m asl, 29-IV-2014, F. del Egido & P. Bariego (observed and photographed).

Endemism of the southeast of Leon and east of Orense included in the CEACL, as well as in the LRFVE, in both cases under 'Vulnerable (VU)' category. It was already known from the strait of Covas (29TPH7806), but in Orense province (Gimenez de Azcarate & Amigo, 1996). The known localities in Leon are Penarrubia--near the ones we indicate in this paper--and Montes Aquilanos (Penas de Ferradillo and Doce Apostoles) (Nieto Feliner, 1987).

Baldellia alpestris (Coss.) M. Lainz

Leon: San Emiliano, Riolago de Babia, Lago del Lago, 29TQH3854, interior of the tarn, 1744 m asl, 25-VIII-2004, E. Puente (LEB 84863); Boca de Huergano, Portilla de la Reina, Hoyo Empedrado, 30TUN573648, interior and edge ofthe tarn, 2074 m asl, 02-VIII-2016, E. Puente, F. del Egido & M. Canedo (LEB 118069).

These are two new localities to be added to the three already known in the province (Egido & al., 2012a, 2012b). This species is included in the IEAPCL.

Callianthemum coriandrifolium Rchb.

Leon: San Emiliano, Torrebarrio, Boca de Rolamuela (border between Leon and Asturias), 30TTN5771, chionophilous basophilous grassland (Armerion cantabricae), 2028 m asl, 13-VII-2016, E. Puente & F. del Egido (LEB 118018). San Emiliano, Torrebarrio, Pico Colines, near the summit, 30TTN5869, chionophilous basophilous grassland (Armerion cantabricae), 2106 m asl,13-VII-2016, E. Puente & F. del Egido (LEB 118019).

This taxon is included in the CEACL and in the LRFVE, in both of them under 'Vulnerable (VU)' category. Four populations of this rare species are known in Leon: Penas de Faro, Pena Celleros, Pico Laguna and Ubina massif (cf. Egido & al., 2007). With the localities provided in this paper we confirm its presence in the Leonese hillside of Ubina massif. Although the first of them is almost completely Asturian there are a few specimens which are in Leonese territories. Lainz (1960) reported this species in several localities in Ubina massif, but all of them are apparently Asturian. The only one that might be Leonese is the report on 'Muesca de la Cigacha', an enclave situated between what we have listed, but in where we could not find it.

Callitriche palustris L.

Leon: San Emiliano, Riolago de Babia, Lago del Lago, 29TQH3854, interior of the tarn, 1744 m asl, 28-VII-2009, E. Puente & F. del Egido (LEB 121112).

This species is included in the IEAPCL and in the LRFVE (underthe category ' Endangered'). In Egido & al, (2007: 116, 2012a: 20, 2012b: 208) we had compiled the two known populations -three in fact, considering that we had accidentally not included the report of the Hoyo Empedrado (Alonso Redondo, 2003)--, and also added eight unknown populations in Omana and in the centre and east of the Cantabrian Mountains in Leon. In this paper we provide a new one in lower Babia.

Diphasiastrum alpinum (L.) Holub

Leon: Valdelugueros, Redipuertas, Puerto de Vegarada, 30TTN978676, Calluna-Vaccinium heath (Carici asturicae-Callunetum vulgaris), 1628 m asl, 4-X-2011, F. del Egido & E. Puente (observed and photographed); Valdelugueros, Redipuertas, Puerto de Vegarada, 30TTN975676, CallunaVaccinium heath (Carici asturicae-Callunetum vulgaris), 1630 m asl, 16-VII-2015, F. del Egido & P. Bariego (observed and photographed).

This species is included as 'Vulnerable (VU)' in the CEACL, and in the V annex of the Habitats Directive. Carlon & al., (2014) compiled the four Leonese known populations (the only ones in Castilla y Leon). We now provide a fifth locality, where we find two small subpopulations approximately 300 metres separated from each other.

Epipactis fageticola (C.E. Hermos.) Devillers-Tersch. & Devillers

Leon: Villaquejida, Villafer, Esla riverside, 30TTM8766, riparian forest dominated by Populus, 718 m asl, 21-VI-2015, P. Bariego (PB 5015).

This rare orchid has not been previously reported in Leon, being our record the first for the province. It is included in the IEAPCL.

Eryngium duriaei J. Gay ex Boiss.

Leon: Murias de Paredes, Barrio de la Puente, Suspiron, 29TQH320390, siliceous scree, 1757 m asl, 30-VI-2010, F. del Egido (LEB 105173); Murias de Paredes, Fasgar, Campo de la Ermita, 29TQH2243, grassland-broom communities, 1550 m asl, 4-VIII-1999, A. Fernandez (LEB 120181); ibidem, Sierra de la Robeza, Boeza-Omana watershed, 29TQH2244, siliceous scree, 1810 m asl, 11-VIII-1998, A. Fernandez (LEB 119285).

Endemism of Iberian northwest which is included in the IEAPCL, even though is common and locally abundant inside its distribution area. In Leon appears in Galician-Leonese mountains, as well as in western Cantabrian Mountains (from Ancares to low Babia and Luna territories) where it is more frequent than the bibliographic reports show. We add a few localities in Omana territories (wherein it had not been reported yet), although its presence is higher.

Genista sanabrensis Valdes Berm., Castrov. & Casaseca

Leon: Murias de Paredes, Barrio de la Puente, Suspiron, 29TQH320390, heath with gorse (Erico umbellatae-Genistetum sanabrensis), 1765 m asl, 30-VI-2010, F. del Egido (LEB 118069).

This northwestern Iberian endemism, which is included in the IEAPCL, has its main distribution centre in Galician-Leonese mountains (Sierra del Teleno, Montes Aquilanos, Sierra de la Cabrera, Sierra Segundera and Pena Trevinca massif), where is very frequent. Out of that area, it has only been found four isolated populations in western Cantabrian Mountains: one in Leonese territories in high Babia (Sierra de Villabandin in the municipality of Cabrillanes) (Garcia Gonzalez & al., 1987), and three in Asturias (Degana, Somiedo and Cangas del Narcea, although the first of them does not already exist) (Carlon & al., 2010). In this paper we provide a small population in Omana territories.

Isatis platyloba Link ex Steud.

Leon: Sobrado, Cancela, Covas strait (canyon of River Sil), 29TPH7807, grassland and rupicolous community (Saxifragion trifurcatocanaliculatae) in dolomitic limestone, 460 m asl, 29-IV-2014, F. del Egido & P. Bariego (LEB 116198).

This species is included in the CEACL as well as in the LRFVE, in both cases under the 'Vulnerable' category. It is a northwestern Iberian endemism with most of its populations inside Castilla y Leon: at the canyons of the rivers Sil, Duraton, Riaza and Arribes del Duero (Galan Cela, 1993).

We have found an important and large population, in good state of conservation, at the canyon of River Sil which is near the previous known ones compiled in Amich & Sanchez Rodriguez (1988): Penarrubia reservoir, and between Corporales and Noceda de Cabrera. This discovery is important considering that Munoz Centeno & al. (2009) pointed out that 'the Leonese population in River Sil valley has not been found over the last few years'.

Lychnis alpina L.

Leon: San Emiliano, Torrebarrio, El Ronzon, 30TTN5866 and 30TTN5966, Calluna heath and grasslands, 1890-1950 m asl, 5-VII-2016, E. Puente, F. del Egido & M. Canedo (LEB 118005); San Emiliano, Torrebarrio, between Muesca de la Cigacha and Pico Colines, Ubina massif, 30TTN5870, neutro-basophilous grassland, 1955 m asl, 13-VII-2016, E. Puente & F. del Egido (LEB 118021).

This species is included in the IEAPCL. In Egido et al. (2012a)--where we made a compilation of this species localities--we accidentally forgot the ancient report (ut Viscaria alpina (L.) Don), at Pena Prieta massif (Monte de las Hijadas) (Losa & Montserrat, 1954), as well as the recent one of Coriscao (Alonso Felpete & al., 2011) which was unknown for us in that moment.

We provide now two new populations in the Ubina massif. The first of them is near or is possibly the same that the ancient one of Puertos de Riotuerto, in the south of Ubina, at the border between Asturias and Leon (Lainz, 1960). In any case, we mention it here because is doubtlessly the population with the largest number of individuals in Leon and very likely of the Cantabrian Mountains. The other report is in Ubina massif too, but four kilometres to the north approximately.

Nigritella gabasiana Teppner & E. Klein.

Leon: Cabrillanes, Torre de Babia, Picos Albos, 29TQH3365, chionophilous basophilous grassland (Armerion cantabricae), 2100 m asl, 16-VII-2007, E. Puente (LEB 92479). Ibidem, near Montiguero, 29TQH334647, grassland in Calluna heath, in areas covered with snow for long time, 2087 m asl, 1-VII-2016, E. Puente &. F. del Egido (observed and photographed); Villamanin, Casares de Arbas, Las Tres Marias, 30TTN7159, chionophilous basophilous grassland (Armerion cantabricae) beneath a calcareous face, 1910 m asl, 14-VIII-2009, F. del Egido (observed); Posada de Valdeon, Cain, Puertos de Cuba, 30TTN7159, 2100 m, chionophilous basophilous grassland (Armerion cantabricae) beneath a calcareous face, 10-VIII-2011, F. del Egido (LEB 106333).

We provide three new Leonese populations of this Pyrenaical Cantabrian endemism which is included in the IEAPCL. Moreover, it is on the LRFVE under the 'Less Conservation' category.

In Leon it is known from several dispersed localities: Villargusan, Pena Ubina Pequena, Collada de Aralla, Carmenes, Pico Huevo and Puerto de San Isidro (Galan Cela & al., 1991, ut N. nigra, Nava & al., 1994a, 1994b). More recently it has been reported on Pena Ten (Lence, 2009), Mampodre (Lence & al., 2010) and on two localities of the upper Torio river basin--which specify the general report in Carmenes (Egido, 2012).

The population in Torre de Babia that we point out in this paper constitutes--together with Asturian populations of Somiedo (Nava & al., 1994a)--the occidental distribution limit for the species. We also confirm its presence in Leonese territories of Picos de Europa National Park since Galan & al. (1991) consider as Leonese a report on Pena Remona (ut. N. nigra), at 2000 metres, which in fact is in Cantabria and so it is contemplated in Nava & al. (1994a), and in Alonso Felpete & al. (2011) is included a report on Collado Areniza which is highly probable in Asturias. Finally, it is necessary to precise that population referred in Pico Huevo would really be in Puerto de Vegarada-Penas de Faro, where we have seen several subpopulations between 1670-2000 m asl. Pico Huevo is a siliceous mountain where this orchid does not live.

Nothobartsia spicata (Ramond) Bolliger & Molau

This species is included in the LRFVE under 'Vulnerable (VU)' category. We only want to indicate that Alonso Felpete & al. (2011) compiled two Picoeuropean localities, which are not contemplated for Leon in Benedi (2009). Both of them would be the only ones in Castilla y Leon and considering this they should be included in the CEACL as 'Vulnerable' at least.

Orchispapilionacea L.

Leon: Valderas, El Cuernico, 30TTN948636, 756 m, thyme communities with roses on marly slope, 19-V-2015, P. Bariego & F. del Egido (LEB 116822). Ibidem, 30TTN950635, thyme communities on marly soils, 765 m asl, 19-V2015, P. Bariego & F. del Egido (LEB 116823); Cuadros, Camposagrado, 30TTN778318, grassland between the road and the plantation of pines, 1100 m asl, 19-V-2014, E. Puente & F. del Egido (observed and photographed). Vega de Infanzones, 30TTN9106, P. Alvarez (LEB 115974).

Orchid included in the IEAPCL. We now enlarge considerably its provincial distribution area to the south and west. This species was just known in two localities close to one another in the east of the province: Mellanzos and Villalquite (Perez Morales & al., 1993), four dispersed points in southern foothill of eastern mountains (Diez Santos, 2011), and nearby Leon capital (Egido, 2012). All the populations we know, as well as the ones indicated by Diaz Santos (2011), are integrated by isolated specimens, with the exception of the Valderas one, which was such a large population.

Orchisprovincialis Balb. ex Lam. & DC.

Leon: Sobrado, between Aguiar and Portela de Aguiar, 29TPH7508, grassland inside a chestnut grove, 532 m asl, 29-IV-2014, F. del Egido &. P. Bariego (observed and photographed).

Orchid included in both the IEAPCL and the LESRPE. In Leon province there only exist references in the northeast, in Picoeuropean valleys of Valdeon and Saj ambre (Arguelles & al., 2005, Alonso Felpete & al., 2011, Diez Fernandez, 2014). Its distribution area is now enlarged to the opposite side in the southwest of the province.

Oxytropis foucaudii Gillot

Leon: Cabrillanes, Torre de Babia, Picos Albos, 29TQH3365, orotemperate psicroxerophilous grassland (Festucion burnatii), 2000 m asl, 16-VII-2002, E. Puente (LEB 79999); Cabrillanes, Torre de Babia-La Riera, near Montiguero (Picos Albos), 29TQH3364, chionophilous basophilous grassland (Armerion cantabricae) dominated by Bellardiochloa violacea, 2162 m asl, 10-VIII-2010, E. Puente &. F. del Egido (LEB 103952); San Emiliano, Torrebarrio, Pico Colines (Ubina massif), 30TTN5869, chionophilous basophilous grasslands (Armerion cantabricae), 2077 m asl, 13-VII-2016, E. Puente & F. del Egido (LEB 118026).

Pyrenean-Cantabrian endemism included in the IEAPCL. It is extremely rare in the Cantabrian Mountains, wherein there are only two nearby populations at Picos de Europa (Leon): Jou Santo and Pena Bermeja-Los Moledizos (Nava, 1984; Alonso Felpete & al., 2011); and a few localities in territories of Babia and Somiedo: Picos Albos (Asturias) and Penas de Orniz (Leon-Asturias) (Lainz, 1976); Mortera del Coto (Asturias), (Fernandez Prieto, 1983) and La Cueta (Leon) (Puente & al., 1985).

We just provided two new localities in Babia. The first of them includes four small subpopulations which own the same Asturian-Leonese population in the surroundings of Picos Albos and Pena Orniz. These now detected subpopulations consist of little individuals living together with O. halleri W.D.J. Koch, frequent in the area and with which hybridisation is possible. The population found in Ubina massif is even scarcer, so that we can affirm that all the subpopulations in Babia are constituted by not many individuals (in La Cueta it is present but not as abundantly as is indicated in Puente & al., (1985): the species which is abundant in this area is O. halleri). The situation is the same for the two populations of Picos de Europa. It would be recommended a protection status changing to 'Vulnerable' in the CEACL, based on the limited number of populations together with its population size.

At Pyrenees it seems to be more abundant, although is even considered as 'rare' in Huesca (Villar & al., 1997) and as 'very rare' in Navarra (Aizpuru & al., 1999). For all this, it should be evaluable the possibility of its inclusion in the LRFVE.

Pulsatilla vernalis (L.) Mill.

Leon: Cabrillanes, Torre de Babia, Picos Albos, 29TQH3365, chionophilous basophilous grasslands (Armerion cantabricae), 2100 m asl, 16-VII-2002, E. Puente (LEB 80015); Cabrillanes, Torre de Babia, near Montiguero, 29TQH334647, grassland in Calluna heath, 2087 m asl, 1-VII-2016, E. Puente &. F. del Egido (observed and photographed); Cabrillanes-San Emiliano, Torre de Babia-La Majua, Pena de Congosto, 29TQH357673, siliceous ridge, 2075 m asl, 29-VI-2003, M. de Godos (LEB 83311).

It is included in the IEAPCL. In Leon is only known of the northeast: Pena Prieta massif and nearby the Coriscao (Losa & Montserrat, 1954; Alonso Redondo, 2003). The localities we now provide show an enlargement in its distribution area to the west.

Spergula rimarum Gay & Durieu ex Lacaita. (=Spergula viscosa subsp. pourretii M. Lainz) Leon: San Emiliano, Riolago de Babia, Alto de Terreiros, 29TQH354551, silicicolous rupicolous community (Saxifragion willkommianae) in quarzytes, 2020 m asl, 28-VI-2016, E. Puente & F. del Egido (observed and photographed); San Emiliano, Torrebarrio, between Puerto de Ventana and Collada Canales or Socellares, 30TTN5672, silicicolous rupicolous communities (Saxifragion willkommianae and Sedion pyrenaici) in siliceous conglomerates, 1850-1860 m asl, 13VII-2016, E. Puente & F. del Egido (observed and photographed).

It is included--as Spergula viscosa Lag.--in the IEAPCL and the LRFVE (under 'Vulnerable' category). It is an endemism of northwestern Spain, with scarce localities at Sierra del Teleno y Montes Aquilanos, Sierra de La Cabrera, Ancares, Omana, Sierra de Villabandin, Laciana, Negron del Puerto (Pinos) and Huergas de Babia (cf. Egido & al., 2012a: 17).

We provide two new localities at lower Babia, the first of which is near the ones in Sierra de Villabandin (where we also saw it at the slope of Cabrillanes municipality: high Babia). This taxon results even scarcer than Spergula viscosa s. str., of which--in our opinion--is clearly independent.

Veronica micrantha Hoffmanns. & Link.

Leon: San Miguel de las Duenas, 29TQH01, 16-VI-1986, J. Andres, LEB 46342 (ut. V chamaedrys: rev. F. Llamas); Morales del Arcediano, 11-VIII-1977, F. Llamas (LEB 10396: ut. V. chamaedrys: rev. F. del Egido); Molinaferrera, 24-VI-1976, F. Llamas (LEB 3699 y 26818: ut. V. chamaedrys: rev. F. del Egido).

Endemism of Iberian northwest and centre-west, which is included in the CEACL, LRFVE (in both as 'Vulnerable'), LESRPE and in annexes II and IV of Habitat Directive. In Leon is only known the localities we have listed here, but there is not any specific bibliographic reference, just the provincial reference of Flora Iberica (Martinez Ortega & al., 2009) based upon a duplicate of the first sheet that we have listed in this paper.

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Fermin del Egido (1), Maria Fernandez Canedo (1), Patricio Bariego (2), Emilio Puente (1) & Maria Jose Lopez Pacheco (1)

Received 31 March 2017 / Accepted 8 May 2017

(1) Departamento de Biodiversidad y Gestion Ambiental. Area de Botanica. Facultad de Ciencias Biologicas y Ambientales. Universidad de Leon. Campus de Vegazana s/n. E-24071 Leon (Espana). E-mail: fegim@unileon.es, mfercn@unileon.es, empueg@unileon.es, mjlopp@unileon.es

(2) Departamento de Botanica, Universidad de Salamanca, C/Licenciado Mendez Nieto s/n, E-37007 Salamanca (Espana). E-mail: BarHerPa@jcyl.es
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