Las plantas vasculares del Parque Nacional Mburucuyá: nombres vernáculos y usos.
DEMATTEIS, M.; FERRUCCI, M. S.
Instituto de Botánica del Nordeste
Lugar: Buenos Aires; Año: 2017 p. 164
In this paper, acomplete catalogue of plants thatoccur in the National Park Mburucuyá is presented, along with their synonyms, common names, the environmentin which they grow, application and use, and voucher collections. In total, 1405species of vascular plants were recorded, of which 48 (3.41%) are Pteriodophytesand 1357 (96.59%) are Angiosperms. Among all the species in this area, 110 areexotics (7.82%), of which 49 (44.54%) are exclusively cultivated, 47 (42.72%)are adventitious, and 14 (12.72%) are naturalized in Argentina. Manyspecies are used for various purposes, either traditional or industrial. Atotal of 619 species have some type of application or use, representing 44.05%of the total species recorded in the national park. Among these plants, themajority is used in the popular/traditional medicine, with 303 species(48.94%), followed by plants used as forage (116 spp., 18.73%), ornamentals (74spp., 11.95%), food (50 spp., 8.07%), and forestry (36 spp., 5.81%), amongothers.