Merendera figlalii (colchicaceae), a new species from southwestern Anatolia, Turkey
Merendera figlalii Varol sp. nov. is described from the Sandras Dag (C2 : Muğla province) in Turkey. It is related to M. trigyna (Steven ex Adam) Stapf, from which it mainly differs in its longer tunic neck and the shorter, non-auriculate limb of the perianth segments.
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Document Type: Short Communication
Publication date: July 1, 2005
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