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Trigonella corniculata

[native]
Ionian Herbarium vouchers [>>> Link]

Island distribution (first record)

   Othonoi (Georgiadis 1983 as T. corniculata)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherEreikoussa

 ! ! ... approved by field observationMathraki

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherCorfu (Pieri 1824 as T. corniculata)

 ! ! ... approved by field observationPaxos (Sands 1980 as T. corniculata)

   Antipaxos

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherLefkada (Hofmann 1968 as T. corniculata)

 ! ! ... approved by field observationMeganisi

 ! ! ... approved by field observationKalamos (Gutermann & al. 2014 as T. esculenta)

   Kastos (Chousou-Polydouri 2005 as T. balansae)

   Atokos

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherIthaka (Markantonatou 1991 as T. corniculata)

   Echinades (Christodoulakis & al. 1988 as T. corniculata)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherCephalonia (Unger 1862 as T. corniculata & T. aurantiaca)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherZakynthos (Margot & Reuter 1839 as T. corniculata)

   Strofades

Annotation: Apart from nomenclatural difficulties (see Greuter & Rechinger 1967: 77–78), the morphological differentiation is problematic between a western (subsp. occidentalis Greuter) and an eastern race (now subsp. corniculata), often ranked as species (the latter formerly as T. balansae). Most vouchers from Corfu were considered as intermediates (»ad T. Bal[ansae] sp[ectans]«) by Širjaev 1929: 7–14 in his monograph, and those from Cephalonia and Zakynthos he classified as »T. balansae«. However, all the material from the Ionian Islands seen by us clearly correspond to the western subsp. occidentalis at least by its flowers (they all have wings distinctly shorter than the keel), and the legumes of fruiting specimens show acuminate tips. The only exception is a collection from Zakynthos, with legume tips somewhat obtuse and shortly mucronate, a shape which may be interpreted as intermediate. Both taxa have been reported recently from Zakynthos (Snogerup & al. 2004: 12 ,16). [2018-10-18]

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: Trigonella corniculata
FE: Trigonella corniculata
FE2: volume not published
AFE: volume not published
FH: volume not published
VPG: Trigonella corniculata subsp. corniculata