New angiosperm family for the checklist of the native Chilean flora
Keywords:Chilean Flora, Vascular Plants, Statistics, Biodiversity, North of Chile
The presence of Anredera difussa, from the Basellaceae family, is reported for the first time for the Chilean flora. This species was found in the locality of Mancaruma, north of Socoroma town, in the Arica y Parinacota Region. This is the first record of a native species of Basellaceae in Chile.
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