17 plant species considered extinct rediscovered — one is native to Portugal | Público (PT)

Scientists discovered the 17 species believed to be extinct in diverse locations, such as in the wild, botanical gardens, and seed banks. Their findings were published in the scientific journal Nature Plants, and indicate that a majority of the found species are native to the Mediterrenean basin. 
The species that is originally from Portugal, Armeria arcuata, was found in the Botanical Garden of the University of Utrecht in Holland.

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