During the activity you will spot some of the vegetation of Gran Canaria and here is what you can find:

  • Bosea yervamora

  • B.yervamora is an endemism of the Canary Islands. It is a shrub up to 3 m high, which differs within Amaranthaceae by its fruits, which are small fleshy berries. It is known as "hierbamora or smelly".

  • Dracaena draco

  • Dracaena draco, the Drago, 2 is a species of arboreal plant typical of the subtropical climate of Macaronesia, particularly of the Canary Islands, but whose greater population is in the west of Morocco.

  • Echium simplex

  • The tachinaste (Echium simplex DC.) Is a plant included in the genus Echium. It is a biennial herbaceous plant that can reach 3 meters in height.

  • Canarina canariensis

  • is a climbing plant endemic to the Canary Islands that lives mainly in the laurel forests of the archipelago. It belongs to the family of the campanilláceas and is one of the three species of the genus Canarina. It is also the species that typifies this genus. It is one of the most emblematic plant species of the Canary Islands, considered by some authors as the "national flower" of the Islands.

  • Polycarpaea aristata

  • It is a bush with bifurcated branching, belonging to the group of species that have pubescent leaves, differing because they are greenish-gray, linear or narrowly spatulate and with the apex aristate, which is the characteristic that gives the name

  • Polycarpaea carnosa

  • It is one is a lithophyte hanging plant with glabrous leaves, differentiating because it has orbicular leaves, glaucous, fleshy and with obtuse apex.

  • Polycarpaea divaricata

  • It is one is a plant that belongs to the group of species that have subglabra leaves, differentiating because it has lanceolate leaves to broadly spatulate and highly branched terminal inflorescences.

  • Polycarpaea filifolia

  • It is a small shrub that has the filiform leaves of dark green color ,from where it takes the epíteto that gives name to the species, and small yellowish white flowers.

  • Polycarpaea latifolia

  • It is a plant that belongs to the group of species that have subglabra leaves, differentiating because it has orbicular leaves, not glaucous, these are fleshy, more or less flat and with the apex aristado.

  • Polycarpaea nivea

  • It is a woody and thick subarbusto ,up to 3.2 cm, that has densely pubescent leaves and silver, differing because these leaves are lanceolate or ovate, very succulent and with the apex obtuse or acute.

  • Polycarpaea smithii

  • It is a plant that differs from other species of the genus by its long, linear and succulent, obtuse and glaucous leaves and by its flowers arranged in diffuse, branched inflorescences.

  • Polycarpaea tenuis

  • It is a plant with its pubescent leaves. It differs because these are linear or subspativated, aristadas and white-silvered and for their flowers arranged in dense inflorescences.

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