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31 August 2001 Seseli hartvigii (Apiaceae), a new name for S. ramosissimum Hartvig & Strid, with carpological and ecological notes on this species
Gerald Parolly, Birgit Nordt
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Parolly, G. & Nordt, B.: Seseli hartvigii (Apiaceae), a new name for S. ramosissimum Hartvig & Strid, with carpological and ecological notes on this species. — Willdenowia 31: 87–93. 2001. — ISSN 0511-9618.

The new name Seseli hartvigii replaces the illegitimate later homonym S. ramosissimum of 1987 for a species hitherto only known from the type collection originating from the Çalbalı Dağı W of Antalya, Turkey. New material allows the description and scanning electron micrographs of the previously unknown fruit, and suggests placing S. hartvigii close to the Greek S. (sect. Seseli) aroanicum. Distribution (including three new localities) and ecosociology of this rare subalpine plant of wind-swept rocky habitats of the Beydağları (W Taurus Mts) are outlined.

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Gerald Parolly and Birgit Nordt "Seseli hartvigii (Apiaceae), a new name for S. ramosissimum Hartvig & Strid, with carpological and ecological notes on this species," Willdenowia 31(1), 87-93, (31 August 2001). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.31.31107
Published: 31 August 2001
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