S. dolomiticum - known habitats

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S. dolomiticum - known habitats

Post by I'm the 1 on Tue Jan 24, 2012 9:03 am

One can find S. dolomiticum growing only on dolomite and limestone. Populations are mostly isolated. Present from aprox. 1.500 to 2.500 m above sea level, S. dolomiticum is a rare plant, endemic to Terntino Alto Adige and Veneto in northern Italy.

Alpe di Sennes
Ampezzo Dolomites
2.100 m a.s.l.
Altopiano di LerosaAmpezzo Dolomites
Altopiano di RudoAmpezzo Dolomites
Parco Nazionale delle Dolomiti Bellunesi, Beluno, Veneto
Col BeccheiAmpezzo Dolomites
Croda del Valon BiancoAmpezzo Dolomites
Laghi di FòsesAmpezzo Dolomites
Lago di LimoAmpezzo Dolomites
LavinoresAmpezzo Dolomites
Monte Pavione
Dolomiti Bellunesi
Small locality, risk of extinction
Passo di S. Pellegrino
1.900 m a.s.l.
= Passo S. Pellegrino
= Passo S. Pellegrino
Parco Nazionale delle Dolomiti Bellunesi, Beluno, Veneto
Picco di Vallandro
Close to Pustertal / Val Pusteria
Small locality, risk of extinction
Gerard Dumont – GDJ96B17
Locality at 2.400 m a.s.l.
Pico di Villandro
Locality at 2.839 m, dolomite rock
Welsberg – Taisten comune in Southy Tyrol
Pragser DolomitesPragser Dolomiten = German name
Ra SaresAmpezzo Dolomites
Rif Sennes Facchini
This locality name might be wrong - Facchini ???
Rifugio Biella
Located at the foot of the Alpi di Fosses - Ampezzo Dolomites
Rifugio Biella alla Croda del Becco = Seekofelhütte (German name)
Rifugio di Biella
Gerard Dumont – locality at 2300 m – clones in cultivation: GDJ96B18, GDJ96B19, GDJ 96B21 and GDJ96B22
See also Riffugio Biella
Scanuppia, in the areao of RoveretoSmall locality, risk of extinction
Vette Feltrine
Dolomiti Bellunesi
Small locality, risk of extinction

Feel free to add any informations on localities. Thank you!
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