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The Canary Islands consist of 8 volcanic islands and some uninhabited rocks, located just over 60 miles off the Western African coast. They are often referred to as the “Galapagos Islands of Botany” because of the large number of endemic plants that have adapted to the surprisingly diverse ecological niches that exist on this limited area.
With about 100 species, especially of the Crassulaceae, but also of the Euphorbiaceae, Apocynaceae, and Aizoaceae families, succulent plants make up an important part of this endemism.
For this talk, Wolfgang has made a personal selection of the most impressive succulent plants and their habitats, covering all islands and all relevant vegetation zones.
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