Flora Ionica

Checklist


  • - Acanthaceae
  • - Aizoaceae
  • - Alismataceae
  • - Amaranthaceae
  • - Amaryllidaceae
  • - Anacardiaceae
  • - Apiaceae
  • - Apocynaceae
  • - Araceae
  • - Araliaceae
  • - Aristolochiaceae
  • - Asparagaceae
  • - Asphodelaceae
  • - Aspleniaceae
  • - Asteraceae
  • - Balsaminaceae
  • - Basellaceae
  • - Betulaceae
  • - Boraginaceae
  • - Brassicaceae
  • - Butomaceae
  • - Cactaceae
  • - Campanulaceae
  • - Cannabaceae
  • - Cannaceae
  • - Capparaceae
  • - Caprifoliaceae
  • - Caryophyllaceae
  • - Celastraceae
  • - Ceratophyllaceae
  • - Characeae
  • - Cistaceae
  • - Colchicaceae
  • - Commelinaceae
  • - Convolvulaceae
  • - Cornaceae
  • - Crassulaceae
  • - Cucurbitaceae
  • - Cupressaceae
  • - Cymodoceaceae
  • - Cyperaceae
  • - Cystopteridaceae
  • - Cytinaceae
  • - Dennstaedtiaceae
  • - Dioscoreaceae
  • - Dryopteridaceae
  • - Elaeagnaceae
  • - Elatinaceae
  • - Ephedraceae
  • - Equisetaceae
  • - Ericaceae
  • - Euphorbiaceae
  • - Fabaceae
  • - Fagaceae
  • - Frankeniaceae
  • - Gentianaceae
  • - Geraniaceae
  • - Haloragaceae
  • - Hydrocharitaceae
  • - Hypericaceae
  • - Iridaceae
  • - Isoëtaceae
  • - Juglandaceae
  • - Juncaceae
  • - Juncaginaceae
  • - Lamiaceae
  • - Lauraceae
  • - Lentibulariaceae
  • - Liliaceae
  • - Linaceae
  • - Lythraceae
  • - Malvaceae
  • - Meliaceae
  • - Molluginaceae
  • - Moraceae
  • - Myrtaceae
  • - Nyctaginaceae
  • - Nymphaeaceae
  • - Oleaceae
  • - Onagraceae
  • - Ophioglossaceae
  • - Orchidaceae
  • - Orobanchaceae
  • - Oxalidaceae
  • - Paeoniaceae
  • - Papaveraceae
  • - Passifloraceae
  • - Phyllanthaceae
  • - Phytolaccaceae
  • - Pinaceae
  • - Plantaginaceae
  • - Platanaceae
  • - Plumbaginaceae
  • - Poaceae
  • - Polygalaceae
  • - Polygonaceae
  • - Polypodiaceae
  • - Pontederiaceae
  • - 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
  • - Zosteraceae
  • - Zygophyllaceae

Ballota nigra subsp. uncinata

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

Island distribution (first record)

   Othonoi

   Ereikoussa

   Mathraki

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherCorfu (Formánek 1895 as B. nigra)

   Paxos

   Antipaxos

 ! ! ... approved by field observationLefkada (Hofmann 1968 as B. foetida)

   Meganisi

   Kalamos (Baliousis & Yannitsaros 2010 as B. nigra subsp. uncinata)

   Kastos (Chousou-Polydouri 2005 as B. nigra subsp. uncinata)

   Atokos

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherIthaka (Lindhof 1996 as B. nigra)

   Echinades

 ! ! ... approved by field observationCephalonia (Heldreich 1882 as B. nigra)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherZakynthos (Margot & Reuter 1840 as B. foetida)

   Strofades

Annotation: The south-eastern border of the distribution area of Ballota nigra subsp. meridionalis goes just across Albania and Rumelia (Patzak 1958). Previous records for the Ionian Islands (e.g. for Zakynthos: Margot & Reuter 1840: 11, for Lefkada: Hofmann 1968: 244, both as B. foetida) most probably refer to subsp. uncinata; the same is likely for records of B. nigra without further subspecific indication (for Corfu: Formánek 1895: 142, Borkowsky 1994: 95, 177). — The Supplement to »Vascular Plants of Greece« (Dimopoulos & al. 2016: 316) refers all Greek indications of subsp. uncinata to »subsp. ruderalis« without any comment. The latter name (described from S. Sweden; type from Gotland: Patzak 1958: 81), however, is generally treated as synonymous with B. nigra subsp. nigra of C. and EC. Europe, but not with the pronounced Mediterranean subsp. uncinata. [2016-11-23]

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: Ballota nigra subsp. foetida (p. p.)
FE: Ballota nigra subsp. uncinata
FE2: volume not published
AFE: volume not published
FH: volume not published
VPG: Ballota nigra subsp. uncinata