Helichrysum unicapitatum (Asteraceae), a New Species from Turkey

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:2011
Authors:Şenol, SG, Secmen, Ö, Öztürk, B, GALBANY-CASALS, MERCÈ
Journal:Annales Botanici Fennici
Volume:48
Issue:2
Date Published:2011
ISBN Number:0003-3847
Keywords:Asteraceae, Helichrysum
Abstract:

Helichrysum unicapitatum S.G. ?enol, Ö. Seçmen & B. Öztürk (Asteraceae) is described and illustrated from the SW province of Anatolia, Turkey. It grows on crystalline calcareous rocks between Evran Tepe and Karababa Tepe (1800?2300 m), situated within the Denizli Babada? (Cadmus) Mountain Range. Helichrysum compactum seems to be its closest relative and their affinities are discussed based on morphological data and DNA sequences (nrDNA ITS and ETS).Helichrysum unicapitatum S.G. ?enol, Ö. Seçmen & B. Öztürk (Asteraceae) is described and illustrated from the SW province of Anatolia, Turkey. It grows on crystalline calcareous rocks between Evran Tepe and Karababa Tepe (1800?2300 m), situated within the Denizli Babada? (Cadmus) Mountain Range. Helichrysum compactum seems to be its closest relative and their affinities are discussed based on morphological data and DNA sequences (nrDNA ITS and ETS).

URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.5735/085.048.0207
Short Title:Annales Botanici Fennici
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