This plant, Centaurea dichroantha, is an endemic species to pristine dry grasslands of South-Eastern Alps. It is threatened by the invasion of Amorpha fruticosa described in the paper Boscutti et al.: Cascading effects from plant to soil elucidate how the invasive Amorpha fruticosa impacts dry grasslands.
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