Allium istanbulense, a new autumnal species of A. sect. Codonoprasum (Amaryllidaceae) from Turkey and its taxonomic position among allied species

Cristina Maria Bernardina Salmeri, Mine Koçyigit, Salvatore Brullo, Neriman Özhatay

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Abstract

Allium istanbulense, a new species of Allium sect. Codonoprasum, is described and illustrated from Istanbul surroundings (European Turkey). It is a late-flowering diploid species (2n = 16), occurring in the undergrowth of oak or pine woods mainly on sandy or incoherent soils. Its morphology, karyology, leaf anatomy, seed micromorphology, ecology, conservation status and taxonomic relationships are examined. A taxonomic comparison with the most allied late flowering species of sect. Codonoprasum and identification keys of the group are also provided.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)152-166
Numero di pagine15
RivistaPhytotaxa
Volume334
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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Amaryllidaceae
Allium
flowering
seed anatomy
Turkey (country)
karyology
new species
taxonomic keys
micromorphology
identification key
conservation status
anatomy
microstructure
Quercus
diploidy
Pinus
ecology
seed
leaves
soil

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  • Plant Science

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Allium istanbulense, a new autumnal species of A. sect. Codonoprasum (Amaryllidaceae) from Turkey and its taxonomic position among allied species. / Salmeri, Cristina Maria Bernardina; Koçyigit, Mine; Brullo, Salvatore; Özhatay, Neriman.

In: Phytotaxa, Vol. 334, 2018, pag. 152-166.

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