|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1995|
|Authors:||F. Verloove, Vandenberghe C.|
New records of interesting and new fodder-aliens in Belgium and Northern France, especially in 1994. New investigations on the fodder importation flora in our region have resulted in twelve newly reported taxa for the Belgian adventitious flora: Cardiospermum halicacabum (Sapindaceae), Crambe abyssinica (a rare African casual but frequently encountered over at least 20 km along the N37), Emex spinosa, Ipomoea cairica, I. lacunosa, Iva cilialu (apparently first recorded from Europe), Lolium persicum, Monolepis nuttalliana (a remarkable Chenopodiaceae), Solarium amerieanum, Selaria faberi (overlooked in Belgium for at least 15 years), Sida rhombifolia and Thlaspi alliaceum. The remarkable occurence of Middle Eastern species in the harbour of Roeselare is also worth mentioning; among them were Anthémis ruthenica, Bromus japonicus, Entca vesicaria, Phalaris minor, Ph. paradoxa, Phleitm exaratum, Ph. paniculatum and Silene conoidea. In 1994 the South American element augmented its presence and the South African element has been confirmed.
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Nieuwe en interessante voederadventieven voor de Belgische en Noordfranse flora, hoofdzakelijk in 1994