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Luna Azul

versión impresa ISSN 1909-2474

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CHAVIANO BEITRA, Alina; OVIEDO PRIETO, Ramona  y  DIAZ PUIG, Ariel. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STUDY OF THE VEGETATION FROM PLAYA LA VACA, A LOCALITY WITH FLORISTIC SIGNIFICANCE LOCATED AT THE MUNICIPALITY OF MOA, HOLGUÍN, CUBA. Luna Azul [online]. 2016, n.43, pp.145-170. ISSN 1909-2474.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17151/luaz.2016.43.8.

Playa La Vaca is located northwest of Moa city. Since the early twentieth century it has been an interestin site for botanists. There aren't any publication characterizing the vegetation of this classic collection area but it is possible to find a lot of sample materials from this site in Cuban and foreign herbals instead. The flora and vegetation of Playa La Vaca was developed on soils wich are derived from serpentinite rock, because of this, several authors states that this area is of high endemism. This fact, substantiates the need to study and record the diversity value of Playa La Vaca, thus contributing with the sustainable management of the area. This paper covers the first part of the research work conducted in Playa La Vaca locality and it aims to the characterization of plant communities of this site. For this work, it was used information obtained from fieldwork. Information from bibliography and plants collections from Playa La Vaca, deposited in the HAC herbarium were consulted too. Ten plants communities were identified in the locality. The vegetation map was obtained through the use of a Geographic Information System.

Palabras clave : Vegetation; Playa La Vaca; plant communities; shrubs; Moa.

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