Included here is the Canary island of La Gomera. It is located just west of Tenerife and is the second smallest of the Canary islands.
Of the endemic vascular plants so far recorded there are about 51 species in 25 genera and 12 families. These are 3 genera (marked red) endemic to the Canary Islands but no endemic families.
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