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New and little-known Mediterranean taxa of Gramineae

, : New and little-known Mediterranean taxa of Gramineae. Willdenowia 19(2): 405-412

The subspecific classification of Lagurus ovatus, Phleum arenarium, P. exaratum and Sphenopus divaricatus is considered. In the case of the Phleum spp. this is primarily based on micromorphological features (apices of lemma hairs). The following names and combinations are validated: Lagurus ovatus var. subglaber, L. ovatus subsp. vestitus, Phleum arenarium subsp. caesium, P. exaratum subsp. breviglume and Sphenopus divaricatus subsp. permicranthus.

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