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Centaurea subciliaris

[native]

Island distribution (first record)

   Othonoi

   Ereikoussa

   Mathraki

   Corfu

   Paxos

   Antipaxos

!! !! ... approved by herbarium voucherLefkada (Baldacci 1896 as C. deusta)

   Meganisi

   Kalamos

   Kastos

   Atokos

   Ithaka

   Echinades

 ! ! ... approved by field observationCephalonia (Boissier 1875a as C. subciliaris)

   Zakynthos

   Strofades

Annotation: Centaurea subciliaris was described based on material from Cephalonia (»Hab. in regione abietinâ superiore et planitie Omalo montis Oeni Cephaloniae«) (Boissier 1875a: 627). On Lefkada and Cephalonia both, diploid (2n = 18) as well as tetraploid (2n = 36) plants have been found, partly with additional B-chromosomes (Phitos & Damboldt 1971: 157–159, Matthäs 1976: 424–425, Samaropoulou & al. 2013: 217–218, Bareka & al. 2018: 86–89).

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: Centaurea subciliaris
FE: Centaurea alba subsp. subciliaris
FE2: volume not published
AFE: volume not published
FH: volume not published
VPG: Centaurea alba subsp. subciliaris