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SAPONARIA KARAPINARENSIS, SENECIO SALSUGINEA AND CENTAUREA TUZGOLUENSIS, THREE NEW SPECIES FROM CENTRAL ANATOLIA, TURKEY
M. Vural, H. Duman, Z. Aytaç and N. Adigüzel
Belgian Journal of Botany
Vol. 139, No. 2 (2006), pp. 252-260
Published by: Royal Botanical Society of Belgium
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20794613
Page Count: 9
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Three new species are described and illustrated from around Tuz Gölü from Central Anatolia (Turkey): Saponaria karapinarensis Vural & N. Adıgüzel (Caryophyllaceae), Senecio salsuginea H. Duman & Vural and Centaurea tuzgoluensis Aytaç & H. Duman (both Asteraceae).
Belgian Journal of Botany © 2006 Royal Botanical Society of Belgium