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The collection of vascular plants is the main collection of the MGC Herbarium. Its associated database, called MGC-Cormof, aims to computerise and publish the associated dataofthe morethan 93,000 specimens deposited in the collection, of which morethan 98% of the samples are identified at the species level.
The 93,000 vouchers of the MGC-Cormof collection are grouped into 245 families, 1624 genera, 6304 species and 8080 taxa (including infraspecific categories). Most of the specimens are angiosperms (94%), followed by ferns and fern allies (4.9%) and gymnosperms (1.1%). The main families in order of abundance are Compositae (10.4%), Gramineae (9.5%), Leguminosae (9.4%), Labiatae (7.0%), Caryophyllaceae (4.9%), Cruciferae (3.9%), Scrophulariaceae (3.6%), Cistaceae (3.1%), Umbelliferae (2.6%) and Liliaceae (2.1%). Main genera in order of abundance are Teucrium (2.19%), Silene (1.60%), Asplenium (1.36%), Linaria (1.19%), Helianthemum (1.10%), Quercus (1.09%), Centaurea (1.08%), Galium (1,06%), Trifolium (1,04%) and Cistus (0.98%). It is important to mention that this collection contains a wide representation of plants from several Protected Areas of southern Spain, as well as endemic, threatened, invasive and ornamental species.
Most of the specimens belong to the Western Mediterranean Region, mainly Southern Spain (Andalusia 84.6% of vouchers) and Northern Morocco (2.1%). Andalusia is composed of 8 provinces, Malaga province being the most important with 57% of vouchers, followed by Cádiz (8.1%) and Granada (8%). More over, 11.2% of the specimens belong to the rest of Spain and 2.1% to 50 countries mainly distributed between Europe, Africa and South America.
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