Two threatened species in the world are close to be destroyed in Coslada
Posted in the Ecology Forum
#1 Jan 12, 2012
One of the last grazing land on green clay in the Community of Madrid, refuge of two threatened species in Spain, Malvella sherardiana and Cynara tournefortii (this last one is a threatened specie in the world); is close to disappear because of the works promoted by Cofares group with the support of the Community of Madrid government and the Coslada city council.
In this plot of 10 hectares, we can find the biggest known population of Cynara tournefortii, besides another 150 species.
Please, help us to stop this atrocity
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