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23 July 2015 Pseudophleum anatolicum, a New Endemic Species of Pseudophleum (Poaceae) from East Anatolia, Turkey
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Pseudophleum anatolicum (Poaceae: Poeae), a new species collected from Bingöl Province in East Anatolia, Turkey, is described and illustrated as the second species of the genus ever discovered. The new species is distinguished from Pseudophleum gibbum by its larger spikelets and floral parts, rather longer acuminate ligules and anthers, as well as its phytogeography.

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Musa Doğan, Lütfi Behçet, and Ali Sinan "Pseudophleum anatolicum, a New Endemic Species of Pseudophleum (Poaceae) from East Anatolia, Turkey," Systematic Botany 40(2), 454-460, (23 July 2015). https://doi.org/10.1600/036364415X688349
Published: 23 July 2015
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