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Über zwei diploide, in Südwest-Anatolien endemische Arten aus dem Komplex der Veronica cymbalaria (Scrophulariaceae) / On Two Diploid Species of the Veronica cymbalaria Group (Scrophulariceae), Endemies of South West Anatolia
Manfred Fischer and Werner Greuter
Plant Systematics and Evolution
Vol. 125, No. 4 (1976), pp. 245-252
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23642097
Page Count: 8
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Veronica lycica Lehm. is a distinct, diploid member of the Veronica cymbalaria group, endemic in Lycia (S.W. Anatolia). Closely related is the new V. stamatiadae M. Fischer et W. Greuter which is also diploid and seems to be restricted to the small Greek island Ro close to the South coast of Lycia. The chromosome numbers for both species are reported for the first time (2 n = 18).
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