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24 October 2006 Supplementary notes to the flora of Cyprus V.
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Hand, R. (ed.): Supplementary notes to the flora of Cyprus V. — Willdenowia 36: 761–809. — ISSN 0511-9618; © 2006 BGBM Berlin-Dahlem. doi:10.3372/wi.36.36211 (available via  http://dx.doi.org/)

Continuing a series of miscellaneous contributions by various authors, the fifth instalment includes information about 179 taxa focussing on the chorology and ecology of the Cyprus flora. Four taxa are new to science (Onopordum ×makrisii, Quercus alnifolia var. argentea, Q. ×campitica nothosubsp. hylatis, Solenopsis antiphonitis), several taxa are new to the island, e.g., Aethionema arabicum, Bellium minutum, Cynara syriaca, Echium judaeum, Epilobium lamyi, E. tournefortii, Gypsophila linearifolia, Herniaria hemistemon, Lolium rigidum subsp. lepturoides, Malcolmia africana and Silene argentea. Chromosome numbers of four taxa have been confirmed (Lomelosia cyprica, Phlomis cypria subsp. occidentalis, Silene fraudatrix, Teucrium kotschyanum), one case (Arabis cypria) is controversial.

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Ralf Hand "Supplementary notes to the flora of Cyprus V.," Willdenowia 36(2), 761-809, (24 October 2006). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.36.36211
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