Cirsium candelabrum Griseb.

Cirsium candelabrum Griseb.

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Synonymy

    Taxon info

    Cirsium candelabrum is one of many new species discovered by Grisebach on his remarkable journey through the Balkan Peninsula in 1839. Described from Scardus (Šar Planina) on the borders of F. Y. R. Makedonija and Kosovo, it is a Balkan species extending to SW Romania in the north and Mt Taigetos in the south, often gregarious along mountain roads. It is a tall, much-branched biennial with small, white capitula.A
    A. Dimopoulos, P., Raus, Th., Bergmeier, E. & al., Vascular plants of Greece: An annotated checklist. 31. 2013: p. 324 [Plate 4.3]

    Distribution

    IoI NPi SPi Pe StE EC NC NE NAe WAe Kik KK EAe 

    Greece (East Aegean islandsabsent; East Central Greecepresent; Ionian Islandsabsent; Kikladesabsent; Kriti and Karpathosabsent; North Aegean islandspresent; North Central Greecepresent; North Pindospresent; North-East Greecepresent; Peloponnisospresent; South Pindospresent; Sterea Ellaspresent; West Aegean islandspresent)

    Status

    Native

    Chorology

    Balkan

    Life-form

    Hemicryptophyte

    Habitat

    Agricultural and Ruderal habitats

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