Native vegetation of the ecological reserve of pedregal de san angel

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The Ecological Reserve of Pedregal de San Angel in Mexico City has a particular landscape due to its spatial diversity, given by the capricious forms in which the lava solidified; this promotes a great diversity of spaces and conditions for life; besides the temporality of the year that drastically changes the place and finally by the natural succession process of the ecosystem. The topographical diversity makes Pedregal’s Reserve the most diverse floristic place in the basin. (REPSA, 2013)

1.Pituophis deppei:

http://www.conabio.gob.mx/conocimiento/ise/fichasnom/Pituophisdeppei00.pdf

http://www.prozoo.com/espanol/serpientes/bosques/pituophis_deppei.html

2. Sceleporus torquatus: http://www.repsa.unam.mx/documentos/Balderas-Valdivia_et_al-2014_Guia_anfibios.pdf

3. Echeveria gibbiflora:

http://www.repsa.unam.mx/documentos/Castillo_et_al_2007-Aspectos_floristicos.pdf

http://www.repsa.unam.mx/documentos/Rojo_y_Rodriguez_2002_Flora_(revisado).pdf

http://www.repsa.unam.mx/SEREPSA_2008_Manual_PROREPSA.pdf

4. Dalia coccinea:  Revista mexicana de biodiversidad 83: 347-358, 2012.  http://www.repsa.unam.mx/SEREPSA_2008_Manual_PROREPSA.pdf

5. Pittocaulon praecox:

http://www.repsa.unam.mx/SEREPSA_2008_Manual_PROREPSA.pdf

https://ecojardinunam.wordpress.com/palo-loco/

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