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4 December 1998 A new species of Centaurea sect. Psephelloideae (Compositae) from SW Turkey
Gerhard Wagenitz, Kuddisi Ertugrul, Hüseyin Dural
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Abstract

Centaurea hadimensis from the Central Taurus is described as a species new to science and illustrated. It belongs to C. sect. Psephelloideae and is allied to C. pyrrhoblephara, C. taochia and C. holtzii, which are likewise endemic to a restricted area within Turkey.

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Gerhard Wagenitz, Kuddisi Ertugrul, and Hüseyin Dural "A new species of Centaurea sect. Psephelloideae (Compositae) from SW Turkey," Willdenowia 28(1/2), 157-161, (4 December 1998). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.28.2815
Published: 4 December 1998
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