Turanecio Hamzaoğlu, a new genus of the Asteraceae, is described. Ten species are included, previously referred to Senecio L., Cineraria L., or Iranecio B.Nord. This genus belongs to the "Quadridentate Group" of the subtribe Senecioninae, because of the 4-lobed disc florets. The new genus closely resembles Dolichorrhiza (Pojark.) Galushko, but differs by the thickish rhizome, the short-sagittate anther bases, the style branches with papillate lower surface, and in possessing a persistent pappus. Turanecio is centred in Turkey, with species in the Caucasus, Iran, and Iraq.
HAMZAOĞLU, ERGİN; BUDAK, ÜMİT; and AKSOY, AHMET
"A new genus, Turanecio, of the Asteraceae (tribe Senecioneae),"
Turkish Journal of Botany: Vol. 35:
5, Article 2.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/botany/vol35/iss5/2