Limonium greuteri is described as a species new to science so far known only from the peninsula La Revellata in NW Corsica. It is well characterized by its habit with its long, densely spirally leafy caudices, fleshy leaves and the short, densely warty, flexuous, articulate stems and reflexed branches. According to its morphology and chromosome number (2n = 27) it is a member of the L. articulatum aggregate and seems to be related to L. florentinum and L. corsicum.
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