|Scientific Name:||Allium rouyi|
Allium chrysonemum Stearn
Allium reconditum Pastor, Valdés & Muñoz
|Taxonomic Source(s):||Pastor, J. 2009. Alliaceae. In: Blanca, G., Cabezudo, B., Cueto, M., Fernández López, C. and Morales Torres, C. (eds.) (eds), Flora Vascular de Andalucía Oriental, pp. 162-168. Dirección General para la Biodiversidad, Publicaciones del O. A. P. N, Madrid.|
Allium rouyi Gaut. is a tertiary wild relative of a number of crops in the allium group, including onion (A. cepa L.), Welsh onion (A. fistulosum L.), leek (A. porrum L.), garlic (A. sativum L.) and chives (A. schoenoprasum L.). Spanish experts present at a European crop wild relative Red List workshop convened in April 2010 consider A. chrysonemum to be a synonym of A. rouyi; however, both species are recognized and accepted by Euro+Med PlantBase (2006) and Govaerts et al. (2005–2007).
Although A. chrysonemum and A. rouyi are recognized and accepted by Cabezudo et al. (2004), Euro+Med PlantBase (2006) and Govaerts et al. (2005–2007), recent research has proved that A. chrysonemum Stearn and A. reconditum Pastor, Valdés & Muñoz are synonyms with A. rouyi, and therefore, distribution of this species extends throughout the south of the Iberian Peninsula (Pastor 2009, Aedo in prep.).
|Red List Category & Criteria:||Least Concern ver 3.1|
|Assessor(s):||Pastor, J. & Blanca, G.|
|Reviewer(s):||Peraza Zurita, M.D. & Bilz, M.|
Allium rouyi is assessed as Least Concern for it is abundant throughout the south of the Iberian Peninsula.
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|Range Description:||A. rouyi is endemic to the south of the Iberian Peninsula (Pastor 2009), to Sierras Béticas, between Estepona (Málaga) and Moratalla (Murcia), occurring in the provinces of Albacete, Córdoba, Granada, Jaén, Málaga and Murcia (Aedo in prep.).|
Native:Spain (Spain (mainland))
|Lower elevation limit (metres):||150|
|Upper elevation limit (metres):||1900|
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|Population:||A. rouyi is abundant throughout its distribution.|
|Current Population Trend:||Stable|
|Habitat and Ecology:||It grows in Mediterranean shrubland areas on limy substrates, serpentines, pteridotites and loams, between 150 and 1,900 m asl.|
|Use and Trade:||A. rouyi is a tertiary wild relative of and potential gene donor to a number of crops in the allium group, including onion (A. cepa), Welsh onion (A. fistulosum), leek (A. porrum), garlic (A. sativum) and chives (A. schoenoprasum).|
|Major Threat(s):||There are no major threats to this species.|
|Conservation Actions:||A recovery plan has been undertaken in Andalusia. No germplasm accessions of A. rouyi are reported by EURISCO to be held in European genebanks (EURISCO Catalogue 2010). However, seeds from one subpopulation are reported to be stored in the genebank of Andalucía.|
|Citation:||Pastor, J. & Blanca, G. 2013. Allium rouyi. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2013: e.T61599A12507868. . Downloaded on 28 May 2016.|
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