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9 June 2011 Striga barthlottii (Orobanchaceae), a new parasitic species from Morocco
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Abstract

Striga barthlottii, a species of the broomrape family (Orobanchaceae) endemic to Morocco and parasitising exclusively on succulent Euphorbia species, is described as new to science and compared with the widespread, polymorphic S. gesnerioides, for which it was previously mistaken.

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© 2011 BGBM Berlin-Dahlem.
Eberhard Fischer, Wolfram Lobin, and Jens Mutke "Striga barthlottii (Orobanchaceae), a new parasitic species from Morocco," Willdenowia 41(1), 51-56, (9 June 2011). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.41.41105
Published: 9 June 2011
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