Flora Ionica

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Sedum eriocarpum

[native]

Island distribution (first record)

   Othonoi

   Ereikoussa

   Mathraki

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherCorfu

   Paxos

   Antipaxos

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherLefkada

   Meganisi

   Kalamos

   Kastos (Chousou-Polydouri 2005 as S. eriocarpum s. l.)

   Atokos

   Ithaka (Strid & Tan 2002 as S. eriocarpum subsp. epiroticum)

   Echinades

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherCephalonia (Phitos & Damboldt 1985 as S. delicum)

   Zakynthos

   Strofades

Annotation: The infraspecific taxonomy needs further critical study, as the differentiated races (Hart 1995) are weakly defined. Two subspecies are recorded from the Ionian Islands according to »Vascular Plants of Greece«: apart from subsp. epiroticum, said to be endemic of Cephalonia, Ithaca and adjacent mainland Greece, subsp. apertiflorum (Dimopoulos & al. 2013: 86) is known as well as from C and N Greece mainland. Our plants from Lefkada fit with subsp. epiroticum rather well, those from Corfu do not quite correspond to (the geographically nearest) subsp. apertiflorum as presented in »Flora Hellenica« (’t Hart in Strid & Tan 2002: 324).

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: Sedum rubens (p. p.)
FE: Sedum rubens (p. p.)
FE2: Sedum rubens subsp. delicum
AFE: Sedum eriocarpum subsp. epiroticum
FH: Sedum eriocarpum subsp. epiroticum
VPG: Sedum eriocarpum subsp. epiroticum