The geographical situation of Spanish territory (mainland and islands) as well as the topography, climate and geological events occurred from the end of the Tertiary period through the early Quaternary, constitute some of the peculiarities that have conditioned the appearance in Spain of a particular Flora, quantitatively and intrinsically the richest of the European continent. The result of these and many other factors currently enable us to enjoy a plant heritage with an extraordinary wealth.
Arum pictum subsp. sagittifolium ARACEAE
Biarum carratracense ARACEAE
Biarum mendax ARACEAE
Cypripedium calceolus ORCHIDACEAE
Erodium glandulosum GERANIACEAE
Linaria verticillata SCROPHULARIACEAE
Senecio boissieri COMPOSITAE
Original digital illustration, 480x330 mm. 2013
© 2015 - 2017. Juan Luis Castillo
This orchid is in regression in the Iberian Peninsula. It has been included in the Atlas y Libro Rojo de la Flora Vascular Amenazada de España in the category C1
Endemic to the Iberian Peninsula: Cordillera Cantábrica, Pirineos and Sistema Ibérico.