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
  • - 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
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  • - Linaceae
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  • - Malvaceae
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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

Cistus creticus

[native]

Island distribution (first record)

   Othonoi (Georgiadis 1983 as C. incanus subsp. creticus)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherEreikoussa (Georgiadis 1985 as C. incanus subsp. creticus)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherMathraki

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherCorfu (Pieri 1824 as C. crispus)

   Paxos (Sands 1980 as C. incanus)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherAntipaxos (Sands 1980 as C. incanus)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherLefkada (Hofmann 1968 as C. villosus)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherMeganisi (Chilton 2002 as C. creticus subsp. creticus)

 ! ! ... approved by field observationKalamos (Gutermann & al. 2014 as C. creticus)

   Kastos (Chousou-Polydouri 2005 as C. creticus)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherAtokos

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherIthaka (Spreitzenhofer 1878 as C. creticus)

   Echinades (Christodoulakis & al. 1988 as C. creticus)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherCephalonia (Spreitzenhofer 1878 as C. creticus)

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherZakynthos (Margot & Reuter 1839 as C. incanus)

   Strofades

Annotation: Within the variable Cistus creticus the distinction between a more western centered subsp. eriocephalus and the eastern subsp. creticus is often blurred at least in the Ionian region. To present reasonable data for these races more and thorough population studies are needed, as already noted in a note on the Kalamos Cisti (Gutermann & al. 2014: 176).

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: