S. gillianii

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S. gillianii

Post by I'm the 1 on Fri Nov 05, 2010 8:18 am

DESCRIPTION
Rosettes 4 to 5 cm in diamether. Leaves up to 3 cm long, 1 cm broad, oblong- spathulate, acuminate, recurved and sometimes higly coloured in the apex. Leaves glandular pubescens. Flowers greenish – yellow. Stollons are short.

DESCRIBED BY C. W. Muirhead (1969)

HABITAT north and central Turkey – Anatolia (Zonguldak), on rocky limestone slopes at elevation 1.800 to 2.100 m

RELATED TO S. brevipilum




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Re: S. gillianii

Post by I'm the 1 on Mon Dec 12, 2011 7:58 am

New classification:
S. transcaucasicum subsp. gillianii (Muirhead) - accepted / valid name

Subordinated taxa:
S. transcaucasicum subsp. gillianii var. brevipilum (Muirhead)
S. transcaucasicum subsp. gillianii var. gillianii
S. transcaucasicum subsp. gillianii var. pisidicum (Pesmen & Güner)

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