Atocion compactum, representing a segregate of Silene, is an erect, glaucous biennial with conspicuously viscid upper internodes and bright magenta-pink flowers in a dense, compound cyme. It is scattered in open deciduous woodland especially in NE Greece, and has a large distribution area in the east, extending through Anatolia to Caucasus and NW Iran.
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Greece (East Aegean islands present; East Central Greece present; Kiklades present; North Central Greece present; North Pindos present; North-East Greece present; Peloponnisos present)
Native / Non Range-Restricted
Temperate and submediterranean Grasslands
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