December 20, 2019

November 28, 2019

iNaturalist Toscana: escursione annuale?

L'idea è quella di organizzare delle escursioni congiunte in varie località della Toscana particolarmente interessanti per il patrimonio naturalistico che le caratterizza.
Per non rendere il tutto troppo impegnativo ho pensato che tali ritrovi potrebbero avere cadenza annuale però niente vieta di organizzarli anche con frequenza maggiore.
Che ne pensate?

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October 06, 2019

August 21, 2019


KeyBase: (from the homepage) is a database and web application for managing and deploying interactive pathway keys to plants, animals and other groups of organisms:

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August 06, 2019

July 12, 2019

Plantagineae of the World

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June 05, 2019

La végétation del'Afrique - Mémoire accompagnant la carte de végétation del'Afrique (1986)

La végétation del'Afrique - Mémoire accompagnant la carte de végétation del'Afrique (1986)

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May 30, 2019

Carpobrotus (affinis) acinaciformis vs edulis subsp. edulis

1) Staminodes (petals) pink. Hypanthium abruptly narrowed into peduncle. Receptacle flat. Upper leaves distinctly saber-shaped: C. (affinis) acinaciformis

1A) Staminode (petals) pale yellow (rarely yellow), sometimes pale pink when senescing. Hypanthium gradually narrowed. Receptacle raised. All leaves not saber-shaped: C. edulis subsp. edulis

Wisura W, Glen HF (1993) The South African species of Carpobrotus (Mesembryanthema-Aizoaceae). Contr Bolus Herb 15: 76–107.

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May 13, 2019

Species Plantarum Programme

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April 17, 2019

Phelipanche nana vs ramosa vs mutelii

Phelipanche nana from P. ramosa and P. mutelii is surely osften challenging and they have been sometimes misidentified.
In particular, many observations of P. ramosa from North America seem to be more fitting with P. nana.

This is a key that could turn out to be useful for the users:

1) Corolla upper outline not or only slightly gibbous (lower and upper outlines nearly parallel towards corolla gorge). Flowers erecto-patent: P. mutelii.

1a) Corolla upper outline distinctly gibbous. Flowers erecto-patent or spreading: 2.

2) Calyx teeth as long as or shorter than calyx tube, narrowly triangular. Flowers erecto-patent. Stem often branched. Corolla light blue to whitish. Parasitizing cultivated plants: P. ramosa.

2a) Calyx teeth longer than calyx tube, subulate. Flowers spreading. Stem rarely branched. Corolla blue, rarely light blue or whitish. Parasitizing wild plants: P. nana.

N.B. in order to observe the "calyx teeth" character, it would be useful to detach the flower from the inflorescence, to remove the bract and to photograph the calyx with a macro lens or under a stereomicroscope.

- Holoparasitic Orobanchaceae (Cistanche, Diphelypaea, Orobanche, Phelipanche) in Armenia: distribution, habitats, host range and taxonomic problems.

- Más, a propósito de algunas Phelipanche Pomel, Boulardia F. W. Schultz y Orobanche L. (Orobanchaceae) del oeste del Paleártico. Documentos Jard Bot Atlántico (Gijón) 6: 1-128

- Phelipanche mutelii in Index of Orobanchaceae

- Phelipanche nana in Index of Orobanchaceae

- Phelipanche ramosa in Index of Orobanchaceae

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