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The genus Celtis L. (Ulmaceae) in the flora of Ukraine

The genus Celtis L. (Ulmaceae) in the flora of Ukraine

Ukrayins'kyi Botanichnyi Zhurnal 59(1): 5-9

Reasons of erroneous interpretations of Celtis species occurring in Ukraine are revealed. Occurrence of Celtis glabrata in natural conditions in Crimea and absence of C. tournefortii have been proved. Moreover, the naturalised C. occidentalis var. pumila was found. It grows at the dry steep limestone slopes of the middle Prydnistrov'ia (Chernovitska obl.; Kam'ianets-Podil'skyi rg., Khmelnytska obl.).

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