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 & Gner)

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