Paracaryum bingoelianum Behçet & İlçim is described as a new species. It is confined to Bingöl in Eastern Anatolia, Turkey. Paracaryum bingoelianum is closely similar to P. cristatum subsp. cristatum and P. kurdistanicum. It mainly differs from them in that it has a shrub-like woody base and numerous stems with sterile shoots, longer corolla, and bigger nutlets. The diagnostic characters are discussed and taxonomic comments are presented. Seed and pollen characteristics were investigated using light and scanning electron microscopy. Notes on its ecology are also presented. A distribution map of the new and related species is provided.
Paracaryum, taxonomy, Flora, Turkey
BEHÇET, LÜTFİ and İLÇİM, AHMET
"Paracaryum bingoelianum (Boraginaceae), a new species from Turkey,"
Turkish Journal of Botany: Vol. 39:
2, Article 13.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/botany/vol39/iss2/13