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27 February 2006 Two new species of Centaurea (Compositae, Cardueae) from Turkey
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Two new species of Centaurea collected by R. Ulrich in southern Anatolia are described, mapped and illustrated. C. ulrichiorum is apparently very isolated and cannot be assigned to any of the known sections; molecular data place it in a clade comprising, e.g., the sections Jacea and Acrolophus. C. werneri is a member of C. sect. Acrolophus with affinities to species of the Balkans.

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Gerhard Wagenitz, Frank H. Hellwig, Gerald Parolly, and Ludwig Martins "Two new species of Centaurea (Compositae, Cardueae) from Turkey," Willdenowia 36(1), 423-435, (27 February 2006). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.36.36139
Published: 27 February 2006
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