1 Feb 2023
We have imported a complete set of common names in Finnish and Swedish from Kurtto, A., Lampinen, R., Piirainen, M. & Uotila, P. 2019: Checklist of the vascular plants of Finland. Suomen putkilokasvien luettelo. - Norrlinia 34: 1-206.
At present, common names can be searched for in the "Advanced Search" under the tab "Search by factual data - by content category".
8 Nov 2022
We have updated the treatment of Bellevalia in Asparagaceae-Scilloideae.
30 Sep 2022
The Euro+Med-Checklist Notulae, 15 have been published in Willdenowia 52(2).
23 Aug 2022
We have updated the treatment of Muscari in Asparagaceae-Scilloideae, including Leopoldia and Muscarimia.
4 Aug 2022
We have updated the treatment of Liliaceae (s.str.), which include Erythronium, Fritillaria, Gagea, Lilium, Streptopus and Tulipa. The new Euro+Med treatment now replaces the previously presented data that had been imported from the World Checklist of Selected Plant Families by Kew.
23 Mar 2022
The treatments of Oleaceae, Myrtaceae, Verbenaceae, Ephedraceae, Cornaceae and Garryaceae have been updated. The new Euro+Med treatments now replace the previously presented data that had been imported from the World Checklist of Selected Plant Families by Kew.
20 Dec 2021
More links to external websites have been added, so that users can explore the distribution and more details of taxa in Portugal, in the Pyrenees (France, Spain and Andorra) and in Bavaria (Germany).
30 Nov 2021
The Euro+Med-Checklist Notulae, 14 have been published in Willdenowia 51(3).
17 Sep 2021
Links to external websites have been added, e.g. to data portals for Africa, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain and Ireland, Greece, Israel, Italy and Switzerland. Most of those websites provide more detailed distribution maps for their areas.
After successful migration of all Euro+Med PlantBase data from the old system to the new, all edits and updates are done exclusively in the new system via the TaxEditor. From now on, E+M is continuously updated with all changes immediately visible on this preview of the new data portal.