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Rubus ambrosius (Rubus Subsect. Rubus, Rosaceae), a New Bramble Species from the Eastern Part of Central Europe

Bohumil Trávníček, Krzysztof Oklejewicz and Jerzy Zieliński
Folia Geobotanica
Vol. 40, No. 4 (Dec., 2005), pp. 421-434
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25134120
Page Count: 14
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Rubus ambrosius (Rubus Subsect. Rubus, Rosaceae), a New Bramble Species from the Eastern Part of Central Europe
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Abstract

Rubus ambrosius Trávníček et Oklejewicz, a widely distributed species from the eastern part of Central Europe (Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland), is described. R. ambrosius differs from similar species R. sulcatus Vest by more deeply furrowed stems, longer prickles on first-year tems, longer petioles, more prickly petioles, densely hairy leaves beneath and by blunter leaf martin serration with incisions only (2-)1.5-2.5 mm deep. The newly described species is illustrated both by photographs (including the holotype) and a line drawing. A list of localities and a distribution map are presented.

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