Verbascum eskisehirensis sp nov (Scrophulariaceae) from central Anatolia, Turkey

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Ocak, Atilla
Cabi, Evren
Verbascum eskisehirensis Karavel., Ocak & Ekici sp. nov. (sect. Bothrosperma Murb.) is described and illustrated from Turkey. This new species is confined to B3 Eskisehir in central Anatolia. A morphological comparison is made with the closely related species; V. oreophilum K. Koch and V. pyramidatum M. Bieb. In addition, a cluster analysis was conducted and a distribution map of the new species and the related species is also given.


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Citation Formats
F. A. Karaveliogullari, A. Ocak, M. EKİCİ, and E. Cabi, “Verbascum eskisehirensis sp nov (Scrophulariaceae) from central Anatolia, Turkey,” NORDIC JOURNAL OF BOTANY, pp. 222–227, 2009, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: