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1 June 2016 Pilosella Hoppeana subsp. Sicula Di Grist., Gottschl. & Raimondo (Asteraceae), a New Endemic Subspecies from Sicily (Italy)
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Di Gristina, E., G. Gottschlich & F.M. Raimondo (2016). Pilosella hoppeana subsp. sicula Di Grist., Gottschl. & Raimondo (Asteraceae), a new endemic subspecies from Sicily (Italy). Candollea 71: 7–12. In English, English abstract. DOI :  http://dx.doi.org/10.15553/c2016v711a2

Pilosella hoppeana subsp. sicula Di Grist., Gottschl. & Raimondo (Asteraceae), a new endemic subspecies from the Madonie and Nebrodi Mountains (Sicily, Italy), is described and illustrated. It is morphologically close to Pilosella hoppeana subsp. macrantha (Ten.) S. Bräut. & Greuter, but the two subspecies can be distinguished by the indument on the bracts. Its morphology, distribution, ecology, taxonomic relationships are commented and a key to the Pilosella hoppeana (Schult.) F.W. Schultz & Sch. Bip. aggregate is provided.

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Emilio Di Gristina, Günter Gottschlich, and Francesco Maria Raimondo "Pilosella Hoppeana subsp. Sicula Di Grist., Gottschl. & Raimondo (Asteraceae), a New Endemic Subspecies from Sicily (Italy)," Candollea 71(1), 7-12, (1 June 2016). https://doi.org/10.15553/c2016v711a2
Published: 1 June 2016
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