Field transplant of two contrasting Senecio wildflower species across an elevational gradient on Mount Etna, Sicily 2017

  • G.M. Walter (Contributor)
  • J. Clark (Creator)
  • Antonia E Cristaudo (Creator)
  • Delia Terranova (Creator)
  • Bruno Nevado (Creator)
  • Stefania Catara (Creator)
  • M Paunov (Creator)
  • Violeta Velikova (Creator)
  • Dmitry A Filatov (Creator)
  • Salvatore Cozzolino (Creator)
  • S. Hiscock (Creator)
  • J. Bridle (Creator)
  • G.M. Walter (Contributor)



This dataset contains survival, growth and leaf morphology data for multiple clones of c. 40 genotypes of two species of Senecio. The two Senecio species are native to low (S. chrysanthemifolius) and high elevations (S. aethnensis) on Mount Etna. Genotypes were propagated in a glasshouse and multiple clones of each genotype were then transplanted at four elevations (500m, 1000m, 1500m, 2000m) on Mount Etna in June-July 2017 before measurements were taken.
Date made available2022
PublisherNERC EDS Environmental Information Data Centre
Geospatial polygon37.63, 14.99, 37.7, 15.08

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