This book, written by Ramon Perea García-Calvo, Diego F. Perea Ruiz-Giménez Tapior and Gil Fernando Velasco, is “the first volume of what will be a small collection of books Technical Series Autonomous National Parks who develop the varied flora completely enclosing these lands”.

EFEverde.- The book “Vegetation and Flora of the National Park Cabañeros” a study of the different plant communities that make up the landscape of the park, has just been published by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

This book, written by Ramon Perea García-Calvo, Diego F. Perea Ruiz-Giménez Tapior and Gil Fernando Velasco, is “the first volume of what will be a small collection of books Technical Series Autonomous National Parks who develop the varied flora completely enclosing these lands “.

In a press release, the Ministry of Agriculture has reported that “this first analyzes the different tiles or plant communities that make up the landscape of Cabañeros, analyzing vegetation from the point of view of its floristic composition, spatial distribution, ecology and conservation. ”

Cabañeros Park hosts at least 32 habitats of community interest. Given its floristic and landscape interest, it has chosen to describe succinctly and orderly manner different protected habitats, their representation in the Park and routes and places more suitable to observe them.

“All this is included in a specific section that develops, schematically, the protected vegetation of the National Park”, the statement said.

The book begins with an introductory section that includes a brief history and description of the physical environment with the idea of introducing the reader to the main factors that determine the current landscape of Cabañeros.

Given the importance and richness of wildlife in this park, the authors have devoted a section, “the role of wildlife in vegetation, to the influence that certain species have on vegetation and plant-animal interactions in tree regeneration “.

The book includes a chapter which describes the main routes of geobotanical interest, in order to guide the visitor on his tours of the National Park and its surroundings.

Details of the main plant formations

In these routes are the main vegetation, taxa or copies most striking and most floristic interest, the originality of each route and the difficulty and duration thereof are described. Each route is accompanied by a small map of vegetation in order to facilitate the visitor the identification of the main plant formations.

“With divulging eagerness have exposed some basic concepts to understand the nomenclature used in this science known as Phytosociology, or study of plant associations, and included numerous illustrations, photographs and diagrams to help deepen the understanding of plant communities “it concludes the statement of the ministry. EFEverde