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Narcissus tazetta

[native]

Island distribution (first record)

   Othonoi

   Ereikoussa

   Mathraki

   Paxos

   Antipaxos

   Meganisi

   Kastos

   Atokos

   Ithaka

   Echinades (Iliadou & al. 2014: as N. tazetta)

Annotation: Flower colour varies in Narcissus tazetta, and such variants often are classified as subspecies. The Ionian plants are said to represent subsp. italicus according to »Vascular Plants of Greece« (Dimopoulos & al. 2013: 46). This may date back to Hayek who had placed the Ionian records under »subsp. lacticolor« with cream-coloured tepals (Hayek 1932: 104). Wild growing populations on Corfu and Zakynthos, however, show flowers with tepals purely white (and with a deep yellow corona), and thus clearly correspond to the nominate variant, quoted as subsp. tazetta in »Flora Europaea« (Webb in Tutin & al. 1980: 80). In Greece subsp. tazetta is only reported from the Peloponnese so far. We have no information concerning the perianth colours of this winter flowering species from the other Ionian islands. From Kastos island it was reported as cultivated only (Chousou-Polydouri 2005: 77). Yannitsaros & al. (Yannitsaros & al. 1995:14) have mentioned the occurence of a Daffodil species on Stamfani, which may have been N. tazetta, but its specific identity has to be verified.

Taxonomic references ("taxonyms")

linked to standard floras (PFB, FE, FE2, FH) and annotated checklists (AFE, VPG) giving direct reference to occurrences of plant taxa on the Ionian Islands:

PFB: ? Narcissus tazetta subsp. lacticolor
FE: Narcissus tazetta subsp. italicus
FE2: volume not published
AFE: volume not published
FH: volume not published
VPG: Narcissus tazetta subsp. italicus