A first vouchered wild record for the flora of Turkey: Aegilops juvenalis (Thell.) Eig (Poaceae)

2009-01-01
Cabi, Evren
Doğan, Musa
Aegilops juvenalis (Thell.) Eig (Poaceae) is recorded and vouchered for the first time from Turkey. This first vouchered wild record is confined to Ceylanpmar province in C8 Sanhurfa. The diagnostic morphological characters discriminating it from of Aegilops crassa Boiss. are pointed Out. Notes are presented on its ecology and phenology. A distribution map of this species is also given.
TURKISH JOURNAL OF BOTANY

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Citation Formats
E. Cabi and M. Doğan, “A first vouchered wild record for the flora of Turkey: Aegilops juvenalis (Thell.) Eig (Poaceae),” TURKISH JOURNAL OF BOTANY, pp. 447–452, 2009, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/39025.