On the left side the map of the studied area is shown with the location of the vegas classified by Izquierdo et al. (2022), grouped into Juncaceae and Cyperaceae. The right panel shows panoramic views of the vegas a. Tocomar (VG001); b. Chorrillos (VG002) and c. Colorada (VG026), with Tocomar and Chorrillos representing Juncaceae vegas and Colorada Cyperaceae vegas. Some typical species of these floristic assemblages are shown in d. Oxychloe andina (Juncaceae vegas), e. Lobelia oligophylla (Cyperaceae vegas), f. Zameioscirpus atacamensis (Cyperaceae vegas) and g. Triglochin concinna (Juncaceae and Cyperaceae vegas). Photos: Julieta Carilla.

 
 
  Part of: Casagranda E, Izquierdo AE (2023) ´╗┐Modeling the potential distribution of floristic assemblages of high Andean wetlands dominated by Juncaceae and Cyperaceae in the Argentine Puna. Vegetation Classification and Survey 4: 47-58. https://doi.org/10.3897/VCS.95779