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Asyneuma amplexicaule (Willd.) Hand.-Mazz., 1913

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Asyneuma amplexicaule (Willd.) Hand.-Mazz., 1913
Common names: Hoşdeğnek [Tu]

Olgunlar, ARTVİN ● Turkey

Description: Glabrous perennial, rarely hairy at base or on leaves.
The stems of 40-60 cm are ± densely leafy, simple, erect, slightly sulcate. The lower cauline leaves are petiolate; the middle cauline largest, petiolate or sessile-amplexicaul, ovate with cordate base to broadly lanceolate, acute, serrate or rarely biserrate.
The inflorescence is lax in lower part, ± branched, in upper part a ± dense spike. The flowers are borne in dense clusters of 10-20, erect. The pedicels are filiform, 1-3 mm, glabrous. The calyx lobes are subulate, glabrous, erect, 1-2 x 0.3-0.45 mm. The corolla lobes are glabrous, 8-12 x 0.8-1.2 mm. There is 2-4 stigmas. The capsule is ovoid-ellipsoid, 3-4 x 3.5-5 mm, with an opening by 3 pores slightly above the middle. The seeds are ellipsoid, ± flattened, 2 x 1 mm, light brown, shiny.
2 subspecies are described:
A. a. subsp. aucheri – the lower and middle cauline leaves are petiolate, slightly dentate to entire, often with cuneate base
A. a. subsp. amplexicaule – only the lower cauline leaves petiolate, the others sessile, ± amplexicaul usually sharply serrate, with cordate or cuneate base. This subspecies exist in 2 variety:
- var. amplexicaule – cauline leaves almost ovate with cordate base, ± amplexicaul, 2-4 cm broad – Turkey (North, inner and South Anatolia), North Iraq, Caucasia, North Iran; widespread
- var. angustifolium – cauline leaves lanceolate with cuneate or rounded base, sessile, rarely ± amplexicaul, 0.5-1 .5 cm broad – Mainly East Anatolia, Armenia, 1820-2890 m.

Biology: Flowering from June to August.

Habitat: Open forests, rocky slopes, 1370-2890 m

Distribution: Eastern Turkey, Armenia, Caucasia, North Iraq, North Iran.

References:
The Flora of Van Lake Basin



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