Flora Ionica

Checklist


  • - Acanthaceae
  • - Aizoaceae
  • - Alismataceae
  • - Amaranthaceae
  • - Amaryllidaceae
  • - Anacardiaceae
  • - Apiaceae
  • - Apocynaceae
  • - Araceae
  • - Araliaceae
  • - Aristolochiaceae
  • - Asparagaceae
  • - Aspleniaceae
  • - Asteraceae
  • - Basellaceae
  • - Betulaceae
  • - Boraginaceae
  • - Brassicaceae
  • - Butomaceae
  • - Cactaceae
  • - Campanulaceae
  • - Cannabaceae
  • - Capparaceae
  • - Caprifoliaceae
  • - Caryophyllaceae
  • - Celastraceae
  • - Ceratophyllaceae
  • - Characeae
  • - Cistaceae
  • - Colchicaceae
  • - Convolvulaceae
  • - Cornaceae
  • - Crassulaceae
  • - Cucurbitaceae
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  • - Cymodoceaceae
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  • - Cystopteridaceae
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  • - Dennstaedtiaceae
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  • - Dryopteridaceae
  • - Elaeagnaceae
  • - Elatinaceae
  • - Ephedraceae
  • - Equisetaceae
  • - Ericaceae
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  • - Fagaceae
  • - Frankeniaceae
  • - Gentianaceae
  • - Geraniaceae
  • - Haloragaceae
  • - Hydrocharitaceae
  • - Hypericaceae
  • - Iridaceae
  • - Isoëtaceae
  • - Juglandaceae
  • - Juncaceae
  • - Juncaginaceae
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  • - Lentibulariaceae
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  • - Lythraceae
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  • - Moraceae
  • - Myrtaceae
  • - Nyctaginaceae
  • - Nymphaeaceae
  • - Oleaceae
  • - Onagraceae
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  • - Orchidaceae
  • - Orobanchaceae
  • - Oxalidaceae
  • - Paeoniaceae
  • - Papaveraceae
  • - Passifloraceae
  • - Phyllanthaceae
  • - Phytolaccaceae
  • - Pinaceae
  • - Plantaginaceae
  • - Platanaceae
  • - Plumbaginaceae
  • - Poaceae
  • - Polygalaceae
  • - Polygonaceae
  • - Polypodiaceae
  • - Portulacaceae
  • - Posidoniaceae
  • - Potamogetonaceae
  • - Primulaceae
  • - Pteridaceae
  • - Ranunculaceae
  • - Resedaceae
  • - Rhamnaceae
  • - Rosaceae
  • - Rubiaceae
  • - Rutaceae
  • - Salicaceae
  • - Santalaceae
  • - Sapindaceae
  • - Saxifragaceae
  • - Scrophulariaceae
  • - Selaginellaceae
  • - Simaroubaceae
  • - Smilacaceae
  • - Solanaceae
  • - Tamaricaceae
  • - Thelypteridaceae
  • - Thymelaeaceae
  • - Typhaceae
  • - Ulmaceae
  • - Urticaceae
  • - Verbenaceae
  • - Viburnaceae
  • - Violaceae
  • - Vitaceae
  • - Xanthorrhoeaceae
  • - Zosteraceae
  • - Zygophyllaceae

Acis ionica

[native]

Island distribution (first record)

   Othonoi

   Ereikoussa

   Mathraki

   Corfu

   Paxos

   Antipaxos

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherLefkada (Hofmann 1968 as Leucoium autumnale)

   Meganisi

   Kalamos

   Kastos

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherAtokos

 ! ! ... approved by field observationIthaka (Müller-Doblies & Müller-Doblies 1975 as Leucojum valentinum)

   Echinades

 ! ! ... approved by field observationCephalonia (Boissier 1882 as Leucoium autumnale)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherZakynthos (Anagnostopoulos & Athanasiou 1994 as Leucojum valentinum)

   Strofades

Annotation: Acis ionica is known from Cephalonia (where the type locality is situated: »prope pagum Hagios Nikolaos«: Bareka & al. 2006: 360) since 1834. However, it was long since mistaken for A. valentina [Leucojum valentinum], a species endemic to Eastern Spain, and flowering in autumn as well. Only recently it was recognised as separate species of the Ionian region (Tan & al. 2004: 40, referred to as Leucojum ionicum; Bareka & al. 2006: 360) that occurs as well in Southern Albania and the Greek mainland facing the Ionian Islands. Chromosome counts of A. ionica (2n = 16) were performed using plant material collected on Lefkada, Cephalonia and Zakynthos: Damboldt & Phitos 1975, Müller-Doblies & Müller-Doblies 1975, Bareka & Kamari 1999.

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: Leucoium autumnale
FE: Leucojum valentinum (p. p.)
FE2: volume not published
AFE: volume not published
FH: volume not published
VPG: Leucojum ionicum