Adonis cyllenea is a showy perennial of the A. vernalis group, discovered by Orphanides on Mt Killini in 1854 and believed for some time to be extinct, but now known from a handful of localities in the mountains of N Peloponnisos, notably with a large population on Mt Saitas, where it co-exists with Biebersteinia orphanidis (Plate 12: 5). It grows in somewhat damp places in ravines, dolines and open Abies cephalonica woodland at 1100–1600 m.
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Greece (East Aegean islands ‒ absent; East Central Greece ‒ absent; Ionian Islands ‒ absent; Kiklades ‒ absent; Kriti and Karpathos ‒ absent; North Aegean islands ‒ absent; North Central Greece ‒ absent; North Pindos ‒ absent; North-East Greece ‒ absent; Peloponnisos ‒ present; South Pindos ‒ absent; Sterea Ellas ‒ absent; West Aegean islands ‒ absent)
Woodlands and scrub, Temperate and submediterranean Grasslands