Limonium cedrorum Domina & Ramondo, a new species belonging to the L. palmare aggr., is described and illustrated fromthe inland near Becharre (Lebanon). Its relationships with morphologically close taxa are discussed. Limonium cedrorum differs from L. sieberi and L. postii mainly by looser inflorescences and larger flowers. It differs from L. galilaeum by longer outer bract and longer scale below the first inflorescence branch, few sterile branches, thicker base of the inflorescence and denser spikes, and from L. graecum by the shape of the infl orescence, longer basal internodes and the shape of the calyx.
|Numero di pagine||4|
|Rivista||Nordic Journal of Botany|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2013|
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