A plan based on a previous botanical investigation is presented here in order of recovering the plant landscape of the archaeological area o fthe Lilibeo Cape near Marsala. It includes the uprooting of highly invasive exotics such as Ailanthus altissima and Vachellia karroo, the recovery of the Canary date palms the replacement of disfigured tree specimens using less invasive ornamental trees. In addition, species belonging to the final stages of the sigmataxa Chamaeropo humilis- Querceto calliprini sigmetum and of the Pistacio lentisci- Chamaeropo humilis sigmetum in order to oppose successful barriers against the most invasive aliens.
|Numero di pagine||10|
|Rivista||QUADERNI DI BOTANICA AMBIENTALE E APPLICATA|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2013|