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25 August 2004 Oreopoa gen. novum, two other new grasses and further remarkable records from Turkey
Gerald Parolly, Hildemar Scholz
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Parolly, G. & Scholz, H.: Oreopoa gen. novum, two other new grasses and further remarkable records from Turkey. — Willdenowia 34: 145–158. — ISSN 0511-9618; © 2004 BGBM Berlin-Dahlem.

Three S Anatolian Poaceae species, Oreopoa anatolica, Secale leptorhachis and Stipa cacuminis are described as new to science, illustrated and mapped. To accommodate the first, perennial species, a new genus, Oreopoa, with unsettled affinities within the Poeae, is established. The synecology, distribution patterns and relationships of all species are outlined. In addition, considerable range extensions of five grasses, Bromopsis tomentella subsp. nivalis, Festuca cataonica, F. karsiana, F. punctoria and Koeleria brevis, towards the S Anatolian Taurus Mts are reported.

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© 2004 BGBM Berlin-Dahlem.
Gerald Parolly and Hildemar Scholz "Oreopoa gen. novum, two other new grasses and further remarkable records from Turkey," Willdenowia 34(1), 145-158, (25 August 2004). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.34.34113
Published: 25 August 2004
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