Verbascum kurdistanicum (Scrophulariaceae), a new species from Hakkâri, Turkey

Fırat, Mehmet
June 2015
PhytoKeys;6/25/2015, Issue 52, p89
Academic Journal
Verbascum kurdistanicum Fırat (Scrophulariaceae), is described and illustrated as a new species that is located in Hakkâri, Turkey. In this study, diagnostic morphological characters of this and closely related species (V. oreophilum K.Koch and V. pyramidatum M. Bieb) are discussed. Furthermore, distribution maps for the three taxa are provided.


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