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S. klepae

Post by I'm the 1 on Thu Sep 30, 2010 7:29 am

Anyone of you knows anything on

Sempervivum klepae Micev.

as a Sempervivum species from Macedonia, former Yugolsav republic?

http://www.moepp.gov.mk/WBStorage/Files/Study%20for%20biodiversity%20of%20the%20RM.pdf
http://www.protectedareas.mk/Matka/files/Final%20Report%20on%20National%20Catalogue.pdf

As far as I've sort it out Micev. is short for prof. dr. Kiril Micevski (1926 - 2002), Macedonian botanist.

And that's about all ...

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Re: S. klepae

Post by joop huyslook on Thu Sep 30, 2010 11:50 am

Sempervivum klepa.
More information you will find on www.ipni.org , but unfortunately not the description. I am told that it is a redescription of Sempervivum ciliosum.

Crassulaceae Sempervivum klepa Micevski
Fl. Republ. Makedonija 1(4): 1095 (fig. 1). 1998
1(4): 1095 (fig. 1) 1998
Distribution:
Macedonia (Yugoslavia, Southeastern Europe, Europe)

Type Information
Collector(s):
K.Micevski

Locality:
Veles - Ms. Klepa

Collection Date:
1994-6-4

Type Location:
holotype SKO


Can anyone provide a copy of the original text?

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Re: S. klepae

Post by I'm the 1 on Fri Oct 01, 2010 7:53 am

In Macedonian documents there is a name S. klepae, in other name S. klepa is used.

S. klepa might be wrong form of the name - if the plant was collect on Klepa than the name derivated from place would be "klepae" and not "klepa".


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Re: S. klepae

Post by joop huyslook on Fri Oct 01, 2010 6:51 pm

I agree, it should be Sempervivum klepae, which means: from (the mountain) Klepa. But if the original description says "klepa", there is nothing you can do about it. It all depends on the original description which I have not seen. The "Flora na Republika Makedonija" is not available here in Holland. Perhaps someone from former Yugoslavia can find that book and provide a copy of the original description??
By the way, is Mount Klepa near Veles, where Sempervivum kindingeri is supposed to grow? If so, that would be one more reason to go there and start searching!!!

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Re: S. klepae

Post by I'm the 1 on Sat Oct 02, 2010 6:25 am

I've found another book on Macedonian step's flora (around Veles) and I will most probably buy it. I will try to sort out if I can buy Flora na Republika Macedonia, too, but I must admit that I read cyrilics letters painful slow though I do understand a bit Macedonian ... I must also admit I still have not bought a good map of Macedonia which might be very helpful in such cases ... maybe I'll find one today!

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Re: S. klepae

Post by I'm the 1 on Sat Oct 02, 2010 6:46 am

Which of these books could be the right one?

http://www.pensoft.net/authors/micevskik.stm

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Re: S. klepae

Post by Mildak on Thu Jun 30, 2011 9:07 pm

I find with my friend S. klepa at the mountain of Klepa :-), here in a while I will photograph;-)

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Re: S. klepae

Post by Mildak on Wed Sep 14, 2011 11:07 am

Hello everyone,
I think it's time to introduce new species described by Mr. Mićevsky in 1998.
This is the Sempervivum klepae, sites are located in the Macedonian district Gradsko and probably the district of Veles. They are located in the mountains of Tikveš in the massif of Klepa mountain (1150 m) at an altitude of circa 700 meters above sea level. Biotop is warm Mediterranean steppe with a continental climate. Plants somewhat reminiscent of Sempervivum ciliosum, but it's not cilisosum! I look forward to the discussion :-)


Kosovo/Macedonia border


Way to the mountain Klepa




Sempervivum klepae on location


Really nice plant...


















Sedum urvillei or Sedum tuberiferum




flowering S. klepa in the background Klepa mountain


Stipa sp.

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Re: S. klepae

Post by I'm the 1 on Thu Sep 15, 2011 8:22 am

Mildak, thank you for the wonderful photos!!!



This surely gives us some idea how the habitat of the plant looks like (I have imagined it more rocky and steep!).



The plant reminds me a lot of S. ciliosum. What is the main difference between the two species?

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Re: S. klepae

Post by sueshells on Thu Sep 15, 2011 1:44 pm

Mildak - what fantastic photographs. I do not have the botanical expertise to comment on the species but I am delighted to see the plants in habitat. I live in the UK and don't have the opportunity as we have no native sempervivum species. Will be following the thread to read any further discussion on the subject.

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