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Fritillaria Meleagroides in Romania

Fritillaria Meleagroides in Romania Abstract The presence in the spontaneous flora of Romania of the species Fritillaria meleagroides is reported in this paper. It was identified in the North of the village Cotu Morii (Popricani Commune, Iaşi County), on (meso-) hygrophilous, slightly halophilous meadows, placed on the both sides of an old meander of the Jijia river. This place is at the western limit of natural area of F. meleagroides, which stretches from the Central Asia to the Eastern Europe (European Russia, Ukraine and Bulgaria). Since F. meleagroides is an endangered species in large part of its natural range, we consider that urgent actions to protect its populations from Romania are necessary. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Acta Horti Botanici Bucurestiensis de Gruyter

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de Gruyter
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ISSN
2359-7089
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2359-7089
DOI
10.1515/ahbb-2015-0005
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Abstract

Abstract The presence in the spontaneous flora of Romania of the species Fritillaria meleagroides is reported in this paper. It was identified in the North of the village Cotu Morii (Popricani Commune, Iaşi County), on (meso-) hygrophilous, slightly halophilous meadows, placed on the both sides of an old meander of the Jijia river. This place is at the western limit of natural area of F. meleagroides, which stretches from the Central Asia to the Eastern Europe (European Russia, Ukraine and Bulgaria). Since F. meleagroides is an endangered species in large part of its natural range, we consider that urgent actions to protect its populations from Romania are necessary.

Journal

Acta Horti Botanici Bucurestiensisde Gruyter

Published: Nov 1, 2015

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