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7 December 2013 On the occurrence of Salix appendiculata (Salicaceae) in Greece
Nikolaos Kailis, Eleni Eleftheriadou
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Abstract

Salix appendiculata is a typical Central European willow species. Its geographical distribution in the Balkan Peninsula is scattered and its occurrence in some Balkan countries is not yet clarified. The occurrence of the taxon in Greece is confirmed in this study. Leaf morphology of the Greek populations shows that they belong to S. appendiculata var. latifolia (A. Kerner) Rech. f. Finally, the ecological preferences of the taxon at the easternmost extent of its distribution are described with reference to bibliographic data.

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Nikolaos Kailis and Eleni Eleftheriadou "On the occurrence of Salix appendiculata (Salicaceae) in Greece," Willdenowia 43(2), 257-261, (7 December 2013). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.43.43204
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