Accepted Name - Basionymum / Basionym - Synonyms - Ind. loc. [Indicatio locotypica (type locality)] - Lectotypus [Lectotype] - Designated by - Host - Comments - Chromosomatic number - Ic. [Images] - Distribution - Specimens Examined - References - Authors - Cite us

ISSN: 2386-9666 - Last Updated: 2 December 2016


Accepted Name:

Diphelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Nicolson in Taxon, 24 (5-6): 654 (1975)

Basionymum / Basionym:

Orobanche coccinea M. Bieb., Tabl. Prov. Casp.: 58 (1798) [O. coccinea M. Bieb., Fl. Taur. Cauc. 2: 84 (1808)] (cf. Poiret, 1804: 268; Don, 1838: 633). Ic.: Reichenbach, Iconogr. Bot. Pl. Crit. 7: t. 699 f. 937-938 (1829) (sec. Reichenbach, 1829: 49, "937. 938. e Caucaso ill. Ledebour."). Obs. "Color sanguineus" (cf. Reichenbach, 1829: 49).

Synonyms:

Orobanche coccinea Willd., Sp. Pl. 3: 354 (1800), nom. superfl. Ind. loc.: "Habitat in Siberia versus Mare Caspium" (cf. Poiret, 1804: 268; Persoon, 1806: 181; Steudel, 1841: 318; Ledebour, 1849: 324)

Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Poir., Encycl. 5: 268 (1804 [9 Jan. 1804]). Ind. loc.: "Cette plante croît en Sibérie, sur les bords de la mer Caspienne". Obs. "feuilles alternes ... trois ou quatre ... calice est campanulé profondément, divise en cinq découpures lancéolées ... corolla est d'un rouge pourpre..." (cf. Poiret, 1804: 268; Walpers, 1844: 481; Grossheim, 1934: 8; Grossheim, 1949: 352)

Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Pers., Syn. Pl.: 181 (1806 [Nov. 1806]), nom. superfl. Ind. loc.: "Habit. prope mare Caspium" (cf. Don, 1838: 633, = Anoplon biebersteinii; Steudel, 1841: 318, = Phelypaea foliata Lamb.; Walpers, 1844: 481, Anoplanthus coccineus (M. Bieb.) Walp.; Ledebour, 1849: 324, = Anoplanthus biebersteinii Reut.)

Aeginetia coccinea (M. Bieb.) Juss. ex Walp., Repert. Bot. Syst. 3: 481 (1844) ["Aeginetia coccinea Juss. mss."], pro syn. (cf. Steudel, 1841: 318)

Anoplanthus coccineus (M. Bieb.) Walp., Repert. Bot. Syst. 3: 481 (1844 [12-14 Sept. 1844]) (cf. Stapf, 1915: 288)

Anoplon coccineum (M. Bieb.) K. Koch, Linnaea 22: 670 (1849) ["29. A. coccineum (Phelipaea) Pers., syn. pl. II. p. 181"]

Anoplon coccineum (M. Bieb.) Riedl & Schiman-Czeika in Rechinger, Fl. Iranica 5: 2 (1964), nom. superfl.

inicio / top of page

? = Anblatum orientale, flore purpurascente Tournef., Corollarium: 48 (1703), nom. illeg. Syn.:  Lathraea anblatum L., Sp. Pl. 2: 606 (1753 [1 May 1753]); = Phelypaea foliata Lamb. in Trans. Linn. Soc. London 10: 260 t. 7 (1811) (sec. Endlicher, 1839: 727)

? = Lathraea anblatum L., Sp. Pl. 2: 606 (1753 [1 May 1753]). Syn.:  Anblatum orientale, flore purpurascente Tournef., Corollarium: 48 (1703), nom. illeg. (cf. Linnaeus, 1753: 606; Don, 1838: 635);  Anblatum tournefortii G. Don, Gen. Hist. 4: 635 (1837-1838); = Phelypaea foliata Lamb. in Trans. Linn. Soc. London 10: 260 t. 7 (1811). Ind. loc.: "Habitat in Oriente" (cf. Linnaeus, 1753: 606); "H. Native of the Levant" (cf. Don, 1838: 635; Lathraea anblatum in the Linnaean Typification Project, accessed, 4 March 2012). Obs. According to Endlicher (1839: 727), Anblatum orientale, flore purpurascente Tournef., Corollarium: 48 (1703) is conspecific with Phelypaea foliata Lamb. in Trans. Linn. Soc. London 10: 260 t. 7 (1811). According to Reuter (1847: 43), Anblatum tournefortii G. Don is conspecific with Phelypaea tournefortii Desf. in Ann. Mus. Par. 10: 298. t. 21 (1807). According to Index Synonymique de la Flore de France, Flora iberica and The Plant List, Anblatum tournefortii G. Don is conspecific with Lathraea squamaria L. (1753) [this synonym seems correct on the base of Don's description]

= Lathraea phelipaea Gueldenst., Reisen 1: 422 (1787) ["Itin. I"], non Lathraea phelypaea L., Sp. Pl.: 606 (1753) (cf. Don, 1838: 633, = Anoplon biebersteinii; Steudel; Ledebour, 1849: 324, = Anoplanthus biebersteinii Reut.; Stapf, 1915: 286; view IPNI entry)

= Lathraea phelipaea Georgi, Beschreib. Russ. Reiches 3(5): 1102 (1800), non Lathraea phelypaea L., Sp. Pl.: 606 (1753) (cf. Stapf, 1915: 286)

= Orobanche phelypaea M. Bieb., Beschreib. Land Casp.: 179 (1800) [nom. illeg.], non Orobanche phelypaea Willd., Sp. Pl. 3: 352 (1800) [nom. illeg.], nec  Orobanche phelypaea Wallr., Orobanches Gen. Diask.: 70 (1825) [nom. illeg.]. Syn.:  Anoplon biebersteinii C.A. Mey., Verz. Pfl. Casp. Meer.: 104 (1831 [Nov.-Dec. 1831]); Phelypaea biebersteinii Fisch. ex Walp., Repert. Bot. Syst. 3: 481 (1844); Anoplanthus biebersteinii Reut. in DC., Prodr. 11: 42 (1847) (cf. Steudel, 1841: 318; Walpers, 1844: 481; Stapf, 1915: 292). Ind. loc.: "In Tauriâ (Bieb.) [Tauria / Taurica / Chersonesus Taurica / Tauric Chersonese / Crimea / Krym, Ukraine]" (cf. Reuter, 1847: 42)

= Phelypaea foliata Lamb. in Trans. Linn. Soc. London 10: 260 t. 7 (1811). Syn.:  Lathraea phelypaea Pall. ex Lamb. in Trans. Linn. Soc. London 10: 260 (1811). Ind. loc.: "Habitat in monte Caucaso et Tauriâ. Pall. MSS." [Pallasina collection] [Caucasus Mountains et Crimea / Krym, Ukraine] (cf. Don, 1838: 633; Steudel, 1841: 318; Ledebour, 1849: 324, = Anoplanthus biebersteinii Reut.); "Discovered by Güldenstedt in Kachetia [Kakheti / Kaxeti, Caucasus Mountains, Georgia] (cf. Stapf, 1915: 294)

= Lathraea phelypaea Pall. ex Lamb. in Trans. Linn. Soc. London 10: 260 (1811) ["Pall. MSS."], pro syn., non Lathraea phelypaea L., Sp. Pl.: 606 (1753) (cf. Steudel, 1841: 318)

= Anoplon biebersteinii C.A. Mey., Verz. Pfl. Casp. Meer.: 104 (1831 [Nov.-Dec. 1831]) (cf. Don, 1838: 633; Steudel, 1841: 318; Stapf, 1915: 288). Syn.:  Orobanche phelypaea M. Bieb., Beschreib. Land Casp.: 179 (1800) [nom. illeg.], non Orobanche phelypaea Willd., Sp. Pl. 3: 352 (1800) [nom. illeg.], nec  Orobanche phelypaea Wallr., Orobanches Gen. Diask.: 70 (1825) [nom. illeg.]

? = Anblatum tournefortii G. Don, Gen. Hist. 4: 635 (1837-1838) ["A. Tournefórtii"]. Syn.:  Lathraea anblatum L., Sp. Pl. 2: 606 (1753). Obs. According to Reuter (1847: 43), Anblatum tournefortii G. Don is conspecific with Phelypaea tournefortii Desf. in Ann. Mus. Par. 10: 298. t. 21 (1807). According to Index Synonymique de la Flore de France, Flora iberica and The Plant List, Anblatum tournefortii G. Don is conspecific with Lathraea squamaria L. (1753)

= Phelypaea biebersteinii Fisch. ex Walp., Repert. Bot. Syst. 3: 481 (1844), pro syn. ["Phelipaea ... Biebersteinii Fisch. mss."]

= Anoplanthus biebersteinii Reut. in DC., Prodr. 11: 42 (1847). Syn.:  Anoplon biebersteinii C.A. Mey., Verz. Pfl. Casp. Meer.: 104 (1831 [Nov.-Dec. 1831]); Phelypaea biebersteinii Fisch. ex Walp., Repert. Bot. Syst. 3: 481 (1844) (cf. Ledebour, 1849: 324). Ind. loc.: "In Tauriâ (Bieb.) [Tauria / Taurica / Chersonesus Taurica / Tauric Chersonese / Crimea / Krym, Ukraine]" (cf. Reuter, 1847: 42)

? = Phelypaea helenae Popl., Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR.: 385 (1928) (cf. Rix & Webb, 1972: 294). Syn.:  Anoplanthus helenae (Popl.) Stankov in Stankov & Taliev, Syst. Classif. Vasc. Pl. Eur. Russ.: 825 (1949); Diphelypaea helenae (Popl.) Tzvelev in Fedorov, An.A. (Ed. Ch.). Fl. Evropeĭskoĭ Chasti SSSR 5: 319 (1981)

? = Anoplanthus helenae (Popl.) Stankov in Stankov & Taliev, Syst. Classif. Vasc. Pl. Eur. Russ.: 825 (1949) [Stankov in Stankov & Taliev, Opred. Vysš. Rast. Evr. Časti SSSR: 825 (1949)] (view IPNI entry). Syn.:  Diphelypaea helenae (Popl.) Tzvelev in Fedorov, An.A. (Ed. Ch.). Fl. Evropeĭskoĭ Chasti SSSR 5: 319 (1981)

? = Phelypaea bayerni Novopokr. in Grossh., Opred. Rast. Kavk.: 730 (1949). Ind. loc.: "southern Transcaucasia" (cf. Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev, 1958[2000]: 33-34). Obs. "their origen as a result of hybridization of Ph. coccinea and Ph. Tournefortii is not ruled out" (cf. Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev (1958[2000]: 34)

? = Diphelypaea helenae (Popl.) Tzvelev in Fedorov, An.A. (Ed. Ch.). Fl. Evropeĭskoĭ Chasti SSSR 5: 319 (1981). Syn.:  Phelypaea helenae Popl., Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR.: 385 (1928) (sec. N.N. Tzvelev, 1981 [2001]: 319[438]); Anoplanthus helenae (Popl.) Stankov in Stankov & Taliev, Syst. Classif. Vasc. Pl. Eur. Russ.: 825 (1949); ? = Diphelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Nicolson (1975) (sec. N.N. Tzvelev, 1981[2001]: 438, «a "color" variant"»; Rix & Webb, 1972: 294); = Phelypaea coccinea f. aurantiaca Beck in Engl., Pflanzenr. 96: 43 (1930). Ind. loc.: "Type: Described from the Crimean reserve [Crimean Natural Reserve, Crimea / Krym, Ukraine] (iso-LE); [type apparently lost]" (cf. Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev, 1958[2000]: 34); «Crimea [Krym, Ukraine] ("Alushta District, Crimean State Preserve, southern dry slope of hill") ... parasitizing Centaurea declinata Bieb.» (sec. N.N. Tzvelev, 1981[2001]: 319[438]); "Parasite on Psephellus declinatus (M. Bieb.) K. Koch [Centaurea declinata M. Bieb.] ... European part: Crimea. Endemic" (cf. Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev (1958[2000]: 34). Obs. Tzvelev, N.N. in Fedorov, An.A. (Ed. Ch.). Flora of Russia... 5: 438 (1981 [2001]) ["Comb. nov."]; (IK) view IPNI entry. According to Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev (1958[2000]: 34-35), D. helenae ("corolla orange-yellow") is a different species to D. coccinea ("corolla bright-red") "Parasite on Psephellus declinatus (M. Bieb.) K. Koch [Centaurea declinata M. Bieb.] ... European part: Crimea. Endemic ... Both yellow and red forms are encountered together on stony slopes of mountains of the Crimean reserve on the same host-plant". "Studies by T.G. Saturyan (1974, loc. cit.) seemingly confirm the independent status of this species. However, it is not ruled out that it is all but a "color" variant of the previous species" (cf. Tzvelev (1981[2001]: 438)

inicio / top of page

? = Phelypaea coccinea f. aurantiaca Beck in Engl., Pflanzenr. 96: 43 (1930). Ind. loc.: "[Georgia-Dagestan] ... f. Radde" ?]. Syn.: = Diphelypaea helenae (Popl.) Tzvelev in Fedorov, An.A. (Ed. Ch.). Fl. Evropeĭskoĭ Chasti SSSR 5: 319 (1981)

inicio / top of page

Orobanche purpurea Böb. in Georgi, Beschreib. Russ. Reiches 3(5): 1178 (1800), non Orobanche purpurea Jacq., Enum. Stirp. Vindob.: 108, 252 (1762) (cf. Ledebour, 1849: 325)

inicio / top of page


Ind. loc.: "west coast of the Caspian Sea" [Caucasus] (cf. Nicolson, 1975: 654). "Phelypaea coccinea (Bieb.) Poiret (syn. Anoplanthus coccineus (Bieb.) Walp.; Diphelypaea coccinea (Bieb.) Nicolson,) was first described as Orobanche coccinea by von Bieberstein (1797, 1808) on the basis of specimens (currently in the Leningrad herbarium) collected by Güldenstedt north of Tiflis (Tbilisi) in the Republic of Georgia" (cf. Cullen,  2010: 384)

Typus / Type: "Type in Leningrad" (cf. Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev (1958: 27); "Type: Described from Caucasus (LE)" (cf. Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev (2000: 33); "Typus: In berbidis Caucasi, M. B. LE!" (sec. Schiman-Czeika, 1964: 2); "to typify Orobanche coccinea on Marschall von Bieberstein's Caucasian materials (Leningrad)" (cf. Nicolson, 1975: 654); "holo. LE" (sec. Gilli, 1982: 2); Type Specimens: Mt. Caucasus [Caucasus Mountains], Anon. [Anonymous], s.n. (LINN-HS 1088-1-1; LINN-HS 1088-1-2 in jstor 2013); Type Specimens: Caucasus region, Russian Federation (Russia), L. Schweinitz, s. n. (PH 00029572; PH 00029571 in jstor 2013).

Designated by: H. Schiman-Czeika. Orobanchaceae. In Rechinger, K.H. (ed.). FLora Iranica: 2. 1964.

Host: Parasitic exclusively on Centaurea [Psephellus] species (Compositae). "Centaurea dealbata Willd." (cf. Stapf, 1915: 295; Cullen,  2010: 384); "Ad radices Centaurearum (C. dealbata Willd. [Psephellus dealbatus (Willd.) K. Koch] et aliarum" (cf. Beck, 1930: 42); "parasitizing Centaurea declinata Bieb. [Psephellus declinatus (M. Bieb.) K. Koch]" (sec. N.N. Tzvelev, 1981[2001]: 437, t. 41 f.1, 438); "Parasitica in Centaureis diversis" (sec. Schiman-Czeika, 1964: 2) (cf. Annotated Checklist of Host Plants of Orobanchaceae, accessed 24 August 2009).

Comments:

Taxonomic observations: "without full basionym ref." view IPNI entry (searchpage IK). The reference to the place of publication of the basionym in "References"! (cf. Nicolson, 1975). Diphelypaea coccinea, D. boissieri and D. helenae seem to be very closely related to one another and the present treatment is provisional (D. helenae are included in D. coccinea) and D. boissieri is considered by us to be an independent species ["scapo crasso breviore ... squamis amplis ovato-cucullatis approximatis" (cf. Reuter, 1847: 42. sub Anoplanthus biebersteinii var. boissieri).

Morphological and taxonomic observations: according to (Stapf, 1915: 290, sub Ph. boissieri and Ph. foliata; Rix & Webb, 1972: 294, sub Ph. boissieri and Ph. coccinea and Cullen, 2010, sub Ph. boissieri and Ph. coccinea), D. boissieri ("corolla-lobes orbicular, overlapping; anthers hairy") is a different species to D. coccinea ("corolla-lobes obovate-orbicular, not overlapping, anthers glabrous")]. Key to these species (Stapf, 1915: 290; Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev (1958[2000]: 33[26]; Cullen, 2010: 383-384).

Phylogenetic observation: Carlón & al. in Documentos Jard. Bot. Atlántico (Gijón) 3: 57 [x = 19, sub Phelypaea (syn. Diphelypaea)], 61 f. 4 ["Phylogenetic relationships", sub Phelypaea], 63 (2005).

Chromosomatic number: n = 19, 2n = 38 (cf. Schneeweiss & al., 2004 f. 1f, g, sub Diphelypaea [D. coccinea]; Carlón & al., 2005: 57, sub Phelypaea [Ph. coccinea; Georgia, Garejis, between Lambalo and Udabno]).

Ic.: a, Reichenbach, Iconogr. Bot. Pl. Crit. 7: 49 "937. 938. e Caucaso ill. Ledebour.", t. 699 f. 937-938 (1829); b, Beck in Engl., Pflanzenr. 96: 43 f. 9 (1930); c, Lambert in Trans. Linn. Soc. London 10: 260 t. 7 (1811); d, sub Ph. foliata (cf. Stapf, 1915: 292; Stapf, 1915: t. 8615); e, N.N. Tzvelev in Flora of Russia... 5: 437, t. 41 f.1 (1981 [2001]); f, habit ["plant growing on Psephellus... southern Georgia... July 2002 by G. Schneeweiss"]; g, Georgia... G. Schneeweiss & al. 8196 (WU 27642, WU 27643); h, flower ["The Atsunta Pass near boundary between Tusheti and Khevsureti. High valleys in the central and eastern Caucasus, the Republic of Georgia, Michael J.B. Almond"]; i, photos in www.plantarium.ru and photos in www.molbiol.ru (accessed Dec. 2010); j, D. tournefortii vs. D. coccinea vs. D. boissieri (P, habits and calyces).

Distribution: "The species occurs in the Caucasus (Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan), the Ukraine (Crimea) and possibly also in northern Iran" (cf. Cullen,  2010: 384); Eurasian distribution [Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Russia, Ukraine (Crimea)]; Eurasian distribution (sec. Domina & Raab-Straube, 2010, sub Phelypaea coccinea, accessed 20 July 2010); Eurasian distribution (sec. Domina & Raab-Straube, 2010, sub Phelypaea helenae, accessed 20 July 2012).

inicio / top of page



Specimens examined and literature records.

Armenia / Hayastan / Armenien / Arménie ("Diphelypaea coccinea. In Tsaturyan T.G., Grigoryan S. B. (1987), Flora Armenii, t. 8 [tab. CLVI]" et "Diphelypaea coccinea (as Phelypaea coccinea). In Тахтаджян А.Л., Федоров Ан.А. (1972), Флора Еревана [tab. 76]" by Vahe Martirosyan in Flora of Armenia's Check List, accessed, Jan. 2015); Zaturjan & Grigorjan, 1987: 367, "Tanacetum" sp. is the host-plant of D. tournefortii, the host-plants of D. coccinea are only Centaurea [Psephellus] species

Kotayk / Kotaik: "Diphelypaea coccinea, Gegharquniq, 2011.06.23" (photo by Vahe Martirosyan in Flora of Armenia's Check List, accessed, Jan. 2015).

Tavush: Idjevan [Ijevan / Istibulagh / Karavansara, Tavush] 30 May 2012 (photo [89067] by Vahe Martirosyan in Flora of Armenia's Check List - iNaturalist.org, accessed, Jan. 2015).

Vayots Dzor: "Armenia, prov. Vayots Dzor, pr. Ger-Ger, 39°47'09" N 45°32'15" E, Herrero, A. & al. 2811, 2005-06-24" ([ex herb. MA] W 2007-0011904, sub Phelypaea coccinea).

Yerevan: "Gouv. Eriwan [Erywan / Yerevan / Jerewan] «Armenia Rossica,» Szowitz in Herb. Besser at Kew. Ararat [Ağrı Dağı] and Alagos, 1300-1525 m, Wagner (acc. to Tchichatcheff)." (cf. Stapf, 1915: 294, sub Phelypaea foliata).

Unknown locations: "Armenia" (cf. Walpers, 1844: 481, sub Anoplanthus coccineus); "Armenia" (cf. Schiman-Czeika, 1964: 2, sub Anoplon coccineum); "Velmi výraznými prvky jsou zástupci zárazovitých (Orobanchaceae), např. nepřehlédnutelná rostlina s jediným červeným květem Phelypaea coccinea (obr. 10), která parazituje na chrpách (Centaurea)." (cf. Ekrtová & Ekrt, 2012: 70, 72, photo 10; accessed et rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, Jan. 2015 [the photo seems to correspond to D. tournefortii]).

inicio / top of page

Azerbaijan / Azərbaycan / Азәрбајҹан / Azerbaiyán / Aserbaidschan / Azerbaďdjan

"territor. Elisabethpol et provinc Karabagh [Nagorno-Karabakh] (Hohenack.)" (cf. Ledebour, 1849: 325, sub Anoplanthus biebersteinii); "Gouv. Karabagh [Nagorno-Karabakh], Lisogorsk, west of Schuscha; Thomin l.c. [in Acta Hort. Tifl.] iii. (1899) 65)" (cf. Stapf, 1915: 293, sub Anoplanthus coccineus var. nigrovittatus); "Gouv. Jelisawetpol [Elisabethpol / Elizavetpol / Jelisawetpol / Ganja / Kirovabad], near Helenendorf, Hohenacker!, Mount Sariah, Hohenacker. Karabagh, without precise locality, Hohenacker." (cf. Stapf, 1915: 294, sub Phelypaea foliata); "Jelisabetpol und Karabagh [Nagorno-Karabakh]: um Jelisabetpol (Hohenacker), Lysogorsk [Lisogorsk Sovxozu / Lysogorskiy, Şuşa / Shusha / Shushi, Nagorno-Karabakh] (A. Lomakin!), zwischen Daralogaz, Schuscha [Şuşa / Shusha / Shushi, Nagorno-Karabakh] (Bayern!), bei Chatoi am Aigun [Agan / Ahan / Akhan / Əhən, İsmayıllı?] bei 6000' (Bayern!)" (cf. Beck, 1930: 43, sub Phelypaea coccinea); "Азербайджан, Исмаиллинский р-н, окр. с. Ивановка. 20.04.2010" [İvanovka, İsmayıllı / Ismailli / Ismailly] (photos 1, 2 by Y. Pirogov [Юрий Пирогов], Plantarium, accessed 6 Dec. 2010).

inicio / top of page

Caucasus / Cáucaso [Type Specimens: Mt. Caucasus [Caucasus Mountains], Anon. [Anonymous], s.n. (LINN-HS 1088-1-1; LINN-HS 1088-1-2 in jstor 2013); Type Specimens: Caucasus region, Russian Federation (Russia), L. Schweinitz, s. n. (PH 00029572; PH 00029571 in jstor 2013)]

Ciscaucasia / North Caucasus (Azerbaijan, Georgia, Russia [North Caucasian Federal District])

Transcaucasia / South Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia)

inicio / top of page

Georgia / Sakartvelo / Georgien / Géorgie

"Habitat in monte Caucaso [Caucasus] et Tauriâ [Crimea / Krym]. Pall. MSS." [Pallasina collection] (cf. Lambert, 1811: 260 t. 7, terra class. of Phelypaea foliata); "Anoplanthus Biebersteinii Reut. in Dec. XI. 42 / Phelypaea foliata. Lamb. / (Orobanche coccinea. Bbrst. [Bieberstein]) / In pratis montosis umbrosis Georgiae cauca- / sicae / Unio itiner. T. Fr. Hohenaker. Mai. 1831 / Herbarium Steudel" (P 02970928 - hb. E. Drake, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, 30 Nov. 2011 [twoo specimen well preserved]); "Phelypaea foliata Lamb. / Anoplanthus coccineus (Marschall) / in pratis montosis umbrosis / Unio itiner 1834 Georgiae caucasicae / May / T. Fr. Hohenaker." (P 02970926 - hb. E. Drake, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, 30 Nov. 2011 [only one specimen well preserved]); "Phelypaea foliata Lamb. / in pratis montosis umbrosis / Unio itiner 1834 Georgia caucasica / May / T. Fr. Hohenaker. / Anoplanthus biebersteinii Reut." (P 02970927 - hb. E. Drake, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, 30 Nov. 2011 [only one entire specimen, well preserved, and one flower]); "Phelypaea Biebersteinii m. / Orobanche coccinea Willd. / excl. Synon. Tournef. / M. Caucase [Caucasus Mountains] / M. Steven ["a learned naturalist in the service of Russia" (cf. J.J. Smith, 1827); "frequent excursions to the Caucasian Mountains" (cf. W.J. Hooker, 1835)]" (P 02970931 [Herbier donné par M. Bonpland en 1833"], rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, 30 Nov. 2011 [three specimens, well preserved]); ibidem (P 02970925 - hb. Richaux, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, 30 Nov. 2011 [only one specimen, bad preserved, just a stem with leaves distributed along of this]); "Anoplon Biebersteinii / In montibus Somchetiae [prope urbem Tiflis] / C.A. Meyer // Herb. Al. de Bunge" (P 02970937 - hb. E. Cosson, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, 30 Nov. 2011 [four specimens, terra class. of D. coccinea]); "Orobanche coccinea / Cauc. [Caucasus] Wilhelms / comm. Prescott" (P 02970933 [Herbier donné par M. le Dr. Grenier, en 1875]; rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, Nov. 2011 [only one specimen well preserved]); "pratis montosis umbrosis Georgiae [Georgia] caucasicae (Hohenaker!)" (cf. Reuter, 1847: 42, sub Anoplanthus biebersteinii); "Iberia! [Caucasian Iberia / Iveria] (Steven pl. exs.)" (cf. Ledebour, 1849: 325, sub Anoplanthus biebersteinii); "Kachetia [Kakheti / Kaxeti] (Güldenst.)" (cf. Ledebour, 1849: 325, sub Anoplanthus biebersteinii); "Tauria et Caucasus (M.B., Stev.)" (cf. Boissier, 1879: 494, sub Anoplanthus coccineus); "3. P. foliata. Discovered by Güldenstedt in Kachetia [Kakheti / Kaxeti, Caucasus Mountains]" (cf. Stapf, 1915: 294, terra class. of Phelypaea foliata); "Gouv. Tiflis: Mzchet, Thomin; "Kachetia," Güldenstedt; without precise locality, Steven! Wilhelms! Hohenacker!" (cf. Stapf, 1915: 294, sub Phelypaea foliata); "Tiflis, in 1911 ... the host-plant was Centaurea dealbata" (cf. Stapf, 1915: 295, sub Ph. foliata; Stapf, 1915: t. 8615); "Am Flusse Schuk in Abasechien (Kolenati n. 223!); in Somchetien (Kolenati n. 2308!, C.A. Meyer!); in Grusien [Gruzija / Georgia]!, Iberien [Caucasian Iberia / Iveria] (Steven nach Ledebour, Wilhelms!), Kachetien [Kakheti / Kaxeti] (Güldenstaedt) ... Georgien [Georgia]!: (Hohenacker 1831), um Borshom [Borzhomi / Borjomi, Samtskhe-Javakheti] (Radde!), bei Utsch tapaljar in 6500' Seehöhe, südlich von Gorktschai (Radde!), um Elisabethtal (Kolenati!) um Uzchet im Mai (Rodionow!)" (cf. Beck, 1930: 43, sub Phelypaea coccinea); "Georgien ... (Radde!)" (cf. Beck, 1930: 43, terra class. of Phelypaea coccinea f. aurantiaca?); "AY209284: Georgia, Garejis, between Lambalo and Udabno, 800-900 m, on Centaurea sp. (Asteraceae), G. Schneeweiss (WU: S&T 7817)" (cf. Schneeweiss & al., 2004 sub D. coccinea; Carlón & al., 2005: 63 sub Phelypaea coccinea); "Georgia, Minor Caucasus, surroundins of the village of Azavreti (Tetrobi"), 2050-2170 m a.s.l. N 41° 36' 23'' E 43° 23' 12'' WU: S&T 8196 (15.VII.2002: G. Schneeweiss, AT, MS & PS)" (cf. Schneeweiss & al., 2004 sub D. coccinea ["Photo of plant growing on Psephellus (= Centaurea) spp. (Asteraceae); southern Georgia; July 2002 . Photo July 2002 by Gerald Schneeweiss."] SIUC (Parasitic Plant Connection), accessed 6 Feb. 2006); "Samtskhe-Javakheti, western part of the moutain range of Trialeti: surroundings of the village Azavreti; 2170 m. 43°23'12'' E, 41°36'23'' N [on (?) Psephellus karduchorum (Boiss.) Wagenitz (Centaurea karduchorum Boiss.)], G. Schneeweiß et al. 8196, 2002-07-15" (WU 27642, WU 27643) (cf. Schneeweiss & al., 2004 sub D. coccinea); "The Atsunta Pass near boundary between Tusheti and Khevsureti. High valleys in the central and eastern Caucasus, the Republic of Georgia, Michael J.B. Almond" [flower]; "Растения окрестностей Сагурамского заповедника. Дорога Цхваричамиа - Тбилиси [Saguramskogo Reserve. Road Tshvarichamia - Tbilisi]" (krasn-cvetok.jpg by David Bokuchava [Давид Бокучава], accessed 16 Dec. 2010); "Phelypaea coccinea (Bieb.) Poiret (syn. Anoplanthus coccineus (Bieb.) Walp.; Diphelypaea coccinea (Bieb.) Nicolson,) was first described as Orobanche coccinea by von Bieberstein (1797, 1808) on the basis of specimens (currently in the Leningrad herbarium) collected by Güldenstedt north of Tiflis (Tbilisi) in the Republic of Georgia" (cf. Cullen,  2010: 384, terra class. of Phelypaea coccinea).

inicio / top of page

Greece / Ελλάδα / Hellas / Grecia / Griechenland [unconfrmed, see D. boissieri]

West Macedonia: "investigate the plant and insect mystery at a site on Mt. Dévas [N 40° 48′ E 21° 02′, near Psarádes]. After arriving at the site, it didn’t take us long to find the plant, Phelypaea (Diphelypaea) coccinea Poir., a parasitic member of the Orobanchaceae, distributed in SE-Europe, only living on Centaurea sp ... Flowers of Phelypaea coccinea with an as yet unidentified chafer beetle. Photo: Stephen Venn" (cf. Venn & Kratochwil, 2012: 22-23 [accessed et rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, Jan. 2015 (the photo seems to correspond to D. boissieri]).

inicio / top of page

Russia / Россия / Rusia / Russland / Russie

"Cette plante croît en Sibérie, sur les bords de la mer Caspienne [Caspian sea]" (cf. Poiret, 1804: 268); "Habit. prope mare Caspium" (cf. Persoon, 1806: 181); "937. 938. e Caucaso [Caucasus] ill. Ledebour." (cf. Reichenbach, 1829: 49, sub Orobanche coccinea M. Bieb.); "Native of Tauria [Crimea / Krym] and Caucasus, in alpine regions, at the elevation of 800 to 1200 hexapods, also of Siberia, towards the Caspian sea" (cf. Don, 1838: 633, sub Anoplon biebersteinii); "Caucasia et in Sibiria versus mare Caspicum [Caspian sea]" (cf. Walpers, 1844: 481, sub Anoplanthus coccineus); "circa Thermas constantino-montanas [Konstantinogorskaya, Pjatigorsk, Stavropol Krai, North Caucasus] et in regione subalpinâ Caucasi occidentalis (C.A. Meyer), in Siberiâ versus mare Caspium [Caspian sea] (Walp.)" (cf. Reuter, 1847: 42, sub Anoplanthus biebersteinii); "Ciscaucasia [Ciscaucasus / Fore-Caucasus, North Caucasus]" (cf. K. Koch, 1843: 290, sub Anoplon biebersteinii); "In südlichen Daghestan [Dagestan, North Caucasian Federal District] von 30-1000' Höhe; aus Grusien von Wilhelms, aus der Umgegend der kaukasischen Bäder von Konradi erhalten" (cf. K. Koch, 1849: 670, sub Anoplon coccineum); "Rossia australi? (Böber, Georgi), Tauria [Crimea / Krym]! (Pall. in Willd. herb., M. a. Bieb.) et provincis caucasicis (M. a. Bieb.) [in regione ciscaucasica! (C. Koch), pr. Pätigorsk [Pjatigorsk]! (Höfft pl. exs.), Karass! [Kars Oblast / Karsskaya Oblast, Transcaucasian governorate?] (Hohenack.), Konstantinogorsk [Konstantinogorskaya, Pjatigorsk] (C.A. Meyer), in m. Beschtau! [Beshtau] (Höfft pl. exs.) ... region subalpina Cauc. orient., alt. 800-1200 hexap. (C.A. Meyer)" (cf. Ledebour, 1849: 325, sub Anoplanthus biebersteinii); "Caucasus: Gouv. Stawropol [Stavropol Krai, North Caucasus], between Moskowskoje and Alexandrowsk, Marschall; near Stawropol, Akinfiew. Terek Territory [Terek, North Caucasus], near Pjätigorsk, Hofft; Constantinogorsk [Konstantinogorskaya, Pjatigorsk, Stavropol Krai, North Caucasus], C.A. Meyer; "Caucasian baths," Conradi, (acc. to C. Koch); Beshtau Mountain [Beshtau], Hofft; on Centaurea dealbata, Peroffsky ["collected by Count L. Peroffsky on Beshtau proved the perennial character of the plant" (cf. F.E.L. Fischer. Notice sur les Anoplanthus de l'ancien monde. Bull. Soc. Nat. Mosc. 1852: 105-108)], Hohenacker [collected by Hohenacker on Beshtau]; Daghestan [Dagestan, North Caucasian Federal District] and Shirwan, without precise localities, between 1400 and 2100 m, Marschall" (cf. Stapf, 1915: 294, sub Phelypaea foliata); "Kuban-Gebiet [North Caucasus]. Ciscaucasien [Ciscaucasia, North Caucasus]! (C. Koch n. 2574, 5804! u. a.). — Terek-Gebiet! [Terek, North Caucasus]: um Kislowodsk [Kislovodsk, Stavropol Krai, North Caucasus] (Fedtschenko) ... im Distrikt Pjatigorsk [Stavropol Krai, North Caucasus] (Höfft nach Ledebour), auf dem Joche Burgustau bei 3500' (Th. Alexeenko), bei Marschueh bei 2410' im Juni (A. Lilius), bei Pjatigorsk (Sergatscheff!, F.N. [C.A.] Meyer im Mai!), um Karas (Hohenacker!), bei Konstantinogorsk [Konstantinogorskaya, Pjatigorsk, Stavropol Krai, North Caucasus] (C.A. Meyer), auf d. Beschtau-Gebirge [Beshtau, Stavropol Krai, North Caucasian Federal District] (Höfft nach Ledebour im Mai, Hohenacker!, Akimfiew!). — Dagestan! [North Caucasian Federal District]: bei Gussib [Gunzib / Darabale / Darbaly / Garbutli / Гунзиб; Bezhtinskiy Uchastok Rayon] 4000-5000' im Juli (Th. Alexeenko!) und bei Derbent [Дербент] bei 800' (Th. Alexeenko!), bei Pirkent [Tekipirkent] (Radde) ... auf Voralpen [Caucasus Mountains] im östlichen Kaukasus bei 800-1200' (C.A. Meyer) (cf. Beck, 1930: 43, sub Phelypaea coccinea); "Caucasus: all regions" (cf. Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev, 1958[2000]: 34, sub Phelypaea coccinea); "southern Transcaucasia" (cf. Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev, 1958[2000]: 33-34, terra class. of Phelypaea bayerni Novopokr.); "Caucasus" (cf. Schiman-Czeika, 1964: 2, sub Anoplon coccineum); "Краснодарский край, Черноморское побережье, Геленджик, Маркотхский хребет, выс. 600 м н.у.м. 08.06.2009. [Krasnodar, Black Sea, Krasnodar Krai / Kuban, Gelendzhik, Markotkhsky, 600 m, 06.08.2009]", "Северный Кавказ, Кавминводы, г. Бештау. 10.07.2007 [Beshtau, Stavropol Krai, North Caucasian Federal District]" (photos by M. Sokolova [Марина Соколова] and Alexander Ivanov [Александр Иванов], Plantarium, accessed Dec. 2010; photos in www.molbiol.ru, accessed 6 Dec. 2010); "бештау, дифелипея красная, лето, пятигорск" [Beshtau, Stavropol Krai, North Caucasian Federal District] (photos 1, 2 by Сергей, Альбом «Бештау», accessed Dec. 2010).

Krim / Crimea (see Ukraine / Russia)

inicio / top of page

Turkey / Türkiye / Tuquía / Turkije [unconfirmed, see D. tournefortii and D. boissieri]

"An" (cf. Greuter & al., 1989: 265, sub Phelypaea coccinea); "Tu(A) Asiatic Turkey" (cf. Domina, & Raab-Straube, 2010, sub Phelypaea coccinea); "N.E., Inner & S. Anatolia. A7 Gümüşane: Stavri, 2600 m, Balls 523! [cf. Gilli, 1971: 383; Gilli, 1982: 2, sub Phelypaea coccinea] A8 Çoruh: nr Melo above Artvin, 2000 m, Apold et al. 159! [cf. Gilli, 1971: 383; Gilli, 1982: 2] A9 Kars: Kağizman, above Pazli, 1800 m, T. Baytop (ISTE 19972)! [cf. Gilli, 1982: 2] B3 Afyon [Afyon / Afyonkarahisar Province]: 32 km S. of Sandikli, 1000 m, Sorger 62-26-1! [cf. Gilli, 1982: 2] B8 Erzurum [Erzurum Province]: Karaağil to Erzurum, Hamur-pet Da., Mitchell 2778(!) [cf. Gilli, 1982: 2]. B9 Van [Van Province]: Darnis Aşağı, 2700 m, Frödin 1936: 184 [cf. Gilli, 1982: 2]. C2 Denizli: Cadmus (Baba Da.), Boiss. & Pinard (type of P. boissieri Stapf) [cf. Gilli, 1982: 2]. C3 Isparta [Isparta Province]: Çiçekdağ, 1500 m, Sorger 67-5-105! [cf. Gilli, 1982: 2] C5 Adana [Adana Province]: Hasanoğlu nr Gürümze [Cilicia now known as Çukurova], 1300 m, Kotschy 1859:44! [cf. Gilli, 1982: 2] C6 Maraş [Kahramanmaraş / Maraş Province]: Ahir Da., B. Post. [cf. Gilli, 1982: 2] C10 Hakkari [Hakkâri Province]: Yüksekova, 1950 m, 23 v 1966, Eiselt! [cf. Gilli, 1982: 2]" (cf. Demirkuş, N. [latest update: 21.07.2007], sub Phelypaea coccinea [accessed et rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, Jan. 2015 [corolla-lobes orbicular, overlapping])the photos 1 [on Tanacetum sp.], 2 [on Tanacetum sp.], 3 seem to correspond to D. tournefortii and the 4 to D. boissieri]) [cf. Cullen, 2010: 383-384, "This continues the old confusions ... Beck-Managetta’s (1930) ... Gilli (1982), in his account for Davis’s Flora of Turkey, follows Beck and cites Boissier and Pinard specimens (see below) which he acknowledges are the ‘type of P. boissieri Stapf’ under P. coccinea. Most of the specimens he cites under coccinea are boissieri, though a few (which I have not seen) may be tournefortii. ... but most photos available there under the name P. coccinea are, in fact, P. tournefortii (especially those known to have been taken inTurkey, where P. coccinea does not occur)"].

inicio / top of page

Ukraine / Україна / Ukrayina / Украи́на / Ukraina / Ucrania (cf. D. coccinea map according to Вульф, 1969; ЧКУ, 1996 in Nature.kr.ua, 2009-2012. Все права защищены; D. coccinea in Червона книга України [The Red book of Ukraine], accessed Dec 2016)

"bei Kobardinskaja und Balka [Holodnaya Balka, south-east of Ukraine in Donetsk Oblast?] im Juni (Doppelmayr!)" (cf. Beck, 1930: 43, sub Phelypaea coccinea).

Ukraine / Russia

Krim / Crimea / Кры́мский полуо́стров / Кри́мський піво́стрів

"Habitat in monte Caucaso [Caucasus] et Tauriâ [Crimea / Krym]. Pall. MSS." [Pallasina collection] (cf. Lambert, 1811: 260 t. 7, terra class. of Phelypaea foliata); "Native of Tauria [Tauriâ / Taurica / Chersonesus Taurica / Tauric Chersonese / Crimea / Krym]" (cf. Don, 1838: 633, sub Anoplon biebersteinii); "Tauria" (cf. Walpers, 1844: 481, sub Anoplanthus coccineus); "In Tauriâ (Bieb.)" (cf. Reuter, 1847: 42, terra class. of Orobanche phelypaea M. Bieb. [ Anoplanthus biebersteinii Reut.]); "Orobanche coccinea / in Tauria leg. & det. / Cl. Ledeb. / 22 // Herb. Al. de Bunge" (P 02970939 - E. Cosson, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, 30 Nov. 2011 [only one specimen, bad preserved]); "Tauria! (Pall. in Willd. herb., M. a. Bieb.) et provincis caucasicis (M. a. Bieb.)" (cf. Ledebour, 1849: 325, sub Anoplanthus biebersteinii); "Phelipaea foliata Lamb. ... / Phelipaea Biebersteinii Fisch. / Orobanche coccinea Biebers. / Willd. / Herbier A.N. Desvaux / Crescit in Tauria et Caucasia   4" (P 04392345 - A.N. Desvaux, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, 30 Nov. 2011); "Tauria et Caucasus (M.B., Stev.)" (cf. Boissier, 1879: 494, sub Anoplanthus coccineus); "Rossia mer. (Tauria)" (cf. Nyman, C. F. 1854-1855: 134, sub Anoplanthus biebersteinii Reut.); "Crimea: in the subalpine region (Tchichatcheff) "Sobla" Estate, on the Alma River, Marschall; sources of the Salgir River [Salhyr River, Chatyr-Dah / Çatır Dağ / Чатир-Даг / Чатыр-Даг (Crimean Mountains)], near Yenisala [Yeni-Sala], on Centaurea Scabiosa, Steven; without precise locality, Pallas, Arnoldi" (cf. Stapf, 1915: 294, sub Phelypaea foliata); "Halbinsel Krim!: an der Südküste (nach W. Arnoldi), zwischen Akmescht und Kurtz (Pallas!)" (cf. Beck, 1930: 43, sub Phelypaea coccinea); "Crimea" (cf. Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev, 1958[2000]: 34, sub Phelypaea coccinea); "Crimea. Endemic ... Type: Described from the Crimean reserve [Crimean Natural Reserve] (iso-LE); [type apparently lost]" (cf. Novopokrovskii & Tzvelev, 1958[2000]: 34-35, terra class. of Phelypaea helenae Popl.); "Tauria" (cf. Schiman-Czeika, 1964: 2, sub Anoplon coccineum); «Crimea [Krym] ("Alushta District [Алуштинська міська рада / Алуштинский горсовет], Crimean State Preserve, southern dry slope of hill") ... parasitizing Centaurea declinata Bieb.» (cf. N.N. Tzvelev, 1981[2001]: 319[438], terra class. of Phelypaea helenae Popl.); "New localities of the Diphelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Nicolson, a species listed in the Red Data Book of Ukraine, were found in the eastern part of the southern macroslope of the Crimean Mountains and in Kerch Peninsula ... Distribution of D. coccinea (M. Bieb.) Nicolson in the Crimea: 1* — slope to the valley of the Alma river in Crimean Reserve; 2* — Mt. Chernaya; 3* — near the Kosmodemyanovskyi Monastery; 4* — Inzher-Syrt Ridge; 5* — Nikitskaya Yaila Ridge; 6* — Shtangeevskaya path in front of Mt. Stavri-Kaya; 7* — Mt. Shan-Kaya, eastern spures of Demerdzhi-Yaila; 8 — Tatar-Khaburga Ridge near Koktebel'; 9 — Opuk Mt. ... D. coccinea (M. Bieb.) Nicolson on the maritime slopes of Mt. Opuk: a — the locality (a sandy spit of the Koyashskoje salt Lake on the background)" (cf. Vasylenko, S.M. [Василенко, С.М.], 2009); "Крым, горный луг, начало июня [Crimea]" (photo 4628 by V. Nuzhdenko, Plantarium, accessed Dec. 2010); "Ай-Петри 04.06.2010" [Ai-Petri / Ай-Петрі, Crimean Mountains, Yalta municipality] (photos 212453 in www.molbiol.ru, accessed Dec. 2010); "Плодоносящие растения (на Centaurea trinervia). ЮВ Крым, окр. Коктебеля. 10 июня 2011 г. Павел Евсеенков,  2011 [SW Crimea, vicinity Koktebel (Theodosia municipality), June 10, 2011]" (photo 112756 [of dry plants] by Павел Евсеенков in Plantarium, accessed March 2012).

inicio / top of page

Unknown localions: "Anoplon Tournefortii // in fallor inter plantas polantinas Boiss frherchla amifra[?]" // Herb. Al. de Bunge" (P 02970936 - E. Cosson, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, 30 Nov. 2011 [the two specimens on the lower right corner close to Bunge's label]); "Or. coccinea / ["Unknown or unspecified Asia"] 229 W" (BW 11607020, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, July 2015); "Or. coccinea / ["Unknown or unspecified Asia"] 230 W" (BW 11607030, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, July 2015); "Or. coccinea / ["Unknown or unspecified Asia"] 231 W" (BW 11607040, rev. Ó. Sánchez Pedraja, July 2015).

inicio / top of page


References.

Beck, G. 1930. IV. 261. Orobanchaceae. In Engler, A. (ed.). Das Pflanzenreich. Regni Vegetabili Conspectus. Wilhelm Engelmann. Leipzig [pp. 1-348].

BGBM. Röpert, D. (Ed.). 2000- (continuously updated): Digital specimen images at the Herbarium Berolinense (BGBM specimen images). http://ww2.bgbm.org/herbarium/Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem, Freie Universität Berlin (accessed July 2015).

Boissier, P.É. 1879 [Apr.-May 1879]. Flora orientalis [...] Volumen quartum. Fasciculus secundus. Genevae et Basileae. [Ord. LXXXIX. Orobanchaceae: 492-518].

Bornmüller, J. 1904. Ein Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Orobanchenflora Vorderasiens. Bull. Herb. Boiss. ser. 2, 7: 673-687.

Bornmüller, J. 1907. Plantae Straussianae sive enumeratio plantarum a Th. Strauss annis 1889-1899 in Persia occidentali collectarum. Pars III. Beih. Bot. Centralbl. Abt. 2, 22: 102-142.

Carlón, L., Gómez Casares, G., Laínz, M., Moreno Moral, G., Sánchez Pedraja, Ó. & Schneeweiss, G.M. 2005 [June 2005]. Más, a propósito de algunas Orobanche L. y Phelipanche Pomel (Orobanchaceae) del oeste del Paleártico [More on some Orobanche L. and Phelipanche Pomel (Orobanchaceae) from the western Palearctic]. Documentos Jard. Bot. Atlántico (Gijón) 3: 1-71 (in Spanish, plus an Appendix in English). [Texto completo (pdf) / Full Text (pdf)] [Suplemento (pdf) / Supplement (pdf)] [Índice (htm) / Index (html) 3].

Carlón, L., Gómez Casares, G., Laínz, M., Moreno Moral, G., Sánchez Pedraja, Ó. & Schneeweiss, G.M. 2008 [17 July 2008]. Más, a propósito de algunas Phelipanche Pomel, Boulardia F. W. Schultz y Orobanche L. (Orobanchaceae) del oeste del Paleártico [More on some Phelipanche Pomel, Boulardia F.W. Schultz and Orobanche L. (Orobanchaceae) from the western Palearctic.]. Documentos Jard. Bot. Atlántico (Gijón) 6: 1-128 (in Spanish, plus an enlarged abstract in English). [Texto completo (pdf) / Full Text (pdf) in GBC and Texto completo (pdf) / Full Text (pdf) in Biblioteca Digital del Real Jardín Botánico].

Cullen, J. 2010 [online: 26 Jan. 2010]. Phelypaea boissieri: Orobanchaceae. Curtis's Botanical Magazine 26(4): 379-388. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8748.2009.01673.x

Czerepanov, S.K. 1981. Sosudistye Rasteniia SSSR. Nauka. Leningrad. [Sosud. Rast. SSSR, 509 pages] (Tropicos.org., acceseed, 17 Nov. 2008).

inicio / top of page

Demirkuş, N. [latest update: 21.07.2007]. Phelypaea coccinea and Phelypaea tournefortii. In: The Virtual Herbarium of Van Province. Yüzüncü Yıl University Faculty of Education. Division of Biology Education. Türkçe Van Gölü Havzası Florası (The Flora of Van Lake Basin). Yüzüncü Yıl University Research Council and The Environment Management of Van Province (accessed Jan. 2015).

Desfontaines, R.L. 1807-1808. Choix de plantes du Corollaire de Tournefort. Ann. Mus. Par. 10: 218-229, 294-306, 427-433 (1807); 11: 51-57, 136-143, 160-169, 273-282, 376-383, 438-446 (1808); 12: 52-60, 111-118 (1808).

Desfontaines, R.L. 1808. Choix des plantes du Corollaire des Instituts de Tournefort, publiées d'aprčs son herbier, et gravées sur les dessins originaux d'Aubriet. Paris, Levrault.

Dimopoulos, P., Raus, Th., Bergmeier, E., Constantinidis, Th., Iatrou, G., Kokkini, S., Strid, A. & Tzanoudakis, D. 2013 [26 Nov. 2013]. Vascular Plants of Greece. An annotated checklist. Englera 31. Berlin.

Domina, G. & Raab-Straube, E. 2010. Phelypaea coccinea. Orobanchaceae. In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity (accessed 20 July 2010).

Domina, G. & Raab-Straube, E. 2010. Phelypaea helenae. Orobanchaceae. In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity (accessed 20 July 2012).

Don, G. 1837-1838. A general history of the dichlamydeous plants [...] 4 (Corolliflorae). London. (Orobanche-Phelipaea: 628-633 [1838]) [Botanicus, accessed 10 Nov. 2008].

Ekrtová, E. & Ekrt, L. 2012. Křížem krážem arménským Malým Kavkazem II. Nelesní formace - od polopouští po úpatí vysokohorských svahů (Criss-crossing the Armenian Lesser Caucasus II. Non-forest Formations – from Semi-desert to the Foothills of the Great Mountain SlopesCriss-crossing the Armenian Lesser Caucasus II. Non-forest Formations – from Semi-desert to the Foothills of the Great Mo). Živa 2/2012: 69-72.

Endlicher, S. 1836-1840. Genera plantarum secundum ordines naturales disposita [Gen. Pl.]. Vindobonae. Apud Fr. Beck Universitatis bibliopolam [Orodo CLIV. Orobanchaceae: 725-728].

Eren, Ö., Gökçeoğlu, M. & Parolly, G. 2004. The flora and vegetation of Bakirli Daği (Western Taurus Mts, Turkey), including annotations on critical taxa of the Taurus range. Willdenowia 34: 463-503.

Georgi, J.G. 1797-1802. Geographisch-physikalische und naturhistorische Beschreibung des russisch Reichs. 5 Bände u. Nachträge. Königsberg.

Gilli, A. 1971. Die Orobanchaceen der Türkei. Feddes Repert. 82(6): 381-406.

Gilli, A. 1982. Orobanchaceae (90). In Davis, P.H. (ed.). Flora of Turkey 7: 1-22. Edinburgh.

Greuter, W., Burdet, H.M. & Long, G. 1989. Med-Checklist.. 4: 265-266 [Orobanchaceae]. Genčve, Berlin.

Grossheim, A.A. 1928-1934. Flora Kavkaza [Flora of the Caucasus]. Ed. 1. Vols. 1-4. Tiflis & Baku. [vol. 4 (1934)].

Grossheim, A.A. 1939-1967. Flora Kavkaza [Flora of the Caucasus]. Vols. 1-7. [Baku (1-3), Moscow-Leningrad (4-6), Leningrad (7)].

Grossheim, A.A. 1949. Opredelitel' rastenii Kavkaza [Key to the plants of the Caucasus]. Moskwa. [Opred. Rast. Kavk.].

Jstor. 2000-2013. Diphelypaea coccinea. Advanced Search. Ithaka Harbors, Inc. (accessed Feb. 2013).

Koch, K. 1849. Beiträge zu einer Flora des Orientes. Linnaea 22: 177-338, [Fortsetzung] 597-752. [Orobanchaceae: 658-670].

Lambert, A.B. 1811. VII. Some Account of the Herbarium of Profesor Pallas. Trans. Linn. Soc. London 10: 256-265.

Ledebour, C.F. [1841]1842-1853. Flora rossica 1-4. [Flora Rossica; sive, Enumeratio plantarum in totius Imperii Rossici provinciis Europaeis, Asiaticis et Americanis hucusque observatarum, auctore Carolo Friderico a Ledebour. (Biodiversity Heritage Library, accessed 21 July 2008)]. [vol. 3: Ordo XCIII. Orobanchaceae. Lindl.: 310-328 (1847-1849 [June 1849])].

Linnaeus, C. 1753. Species Plantarum… Stockholm. 2 vols. [2: 605-606 "Lathraea" et 632-633 "Orobanche"].

inicio / top of page

Marschall von Bieberstein, F.A. 1797. Tableau des provinces situées sur la côte occidentale de la mer Caspienne. St. Petersburg.

Marschall von Bieberstein, F.A. 1808-1819. Flora Taurico-Caucasica, exhibens stirpes Phanerogamas, in Chersoneso Taurica et regionibus Caucasicis sponte crescentes. 3 vols. Charkov. [1 et 2 in 1808; 3, Supplementum, in 1819].

Marschall von Bieberstein, F.A. 1810-1843. Centuria plantarum rariorum Rossiae meridionalis, praesertim Tauriae et Caucasi, iconibus descriptionibusque illustrata. Charkov, St. Petersburg.

Meyer, C.A. 1831 [Nov.-Dec. 1831]. Verzeichniss der Pflanzen, welche wahrend der in den jahren 1829 und 1830 Unternommenen reise im Caucasus und in den provinzen am westlichen ufer des Caspischen Meeres gefunden und eingesammelt worden sind. St. Petersbourg. [Verz. Pfl. Casp. Meer.].

MNHN-P (Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris). Bases de données de collections. Les spécimens d'un genre. Recherche avancée. Orobanchaceae (accessed Apr. 2014).

Nicolson, D.H. 1975. Diphelypaea (Orobanchaceae), nom. nov. and other cauterizations on a nomenclatural hydr. Taxon 24. (5-6): 651-657. [Nov. 1975].

Nyman, C. F. 1854-1855. Sylloge florae Europaeae seu plantarum vascularium Europae indigenarum enumeratio adjectis synonymis gravioribus et indicata singularum distributione geographica. Oerebroae: Sumptu et typis N. M. Lindh. [Syll. Fl. Eur.].

Novopokrovskii, I.V. & Tzvelev [Cvelev], N.N. 1958. Orobanchaceae Vent. In Komarov, V. L., (Ch. Ed.). 1934-1964. Flora SSSR 23: [I]-XXIII, [1]-775. Edit. Akad. Nauk SSSR. Moskva-Leningrad. [Panigrahi, G. (Bot. Ed.). 2000. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh].

Özuslu, E., Iskender, E., Ozaslan, M & Zeynelow, Y. 2005. The Investigation of the flora of Sof Mountain (Gaziantep, Turkey). Fl. Medit. 15: 179-209.

Persoon, C.H. 1806-1807. Synopsis plantarum, seu enchiridium botanicum, complectens enumerationem systematicam specierum hucusque cognitarum. Pars secunda. Parisiis Lutetiorum: Apud Bibliopolas Treuttel et Würtz.; Et Tubingae: Apud J. G. Cottam (Parisiis, Ex Typografia J.-L. Scherff). [Syn. Pl.].

Plantarium. Открытый атлас сосудистых растений России и сопредельных стран [Open Atlas of Vascular Plants of Russia and Adjacent Countries]. Определитель растений on-line [To Plants of the On-line]. Поиск таксонов [Search taxa]. Scrophulariaceae. Cistanche. Diphelypaea. Orobanche. (http://www.plantarium.ru/, accessed Jan. 2015).

Poiret, J.L.M. 1804 [9 Jan. 1804]. In Lamarck, J.-B., Encyclopédie méthodique. Botanique [...] Tome cinquičme. A Paris: Chez H. Agasse, Libraire, rue des Poitevins, N.ş 18. [Encycl.].

Post, G.E. 1896. Flora of Syria, Palestine, and Sinai. Beirut. [Orobanchaceae: 601-604].

Reichenbach, H.G.L. 1823-1832. Iconographia botanica seu plantae criticae [...] Septima centuria tabularum: 29-50, t. 651-700 [DCLI-DCC] (1829). Lipsiae: Apud Fridericum Hofmeister.

Reuter, G. 1847. Orobanchaceae. In De Candolle, Alphonse (ed.). Prodromus Systematis naturalis regni vegetabilis... 11: 1-45. [Published on 25 Nov. 1847].

Rix, E.M. & Webb, D.A. 1972. Phelypaea L. In T.G. Tutin, V.H. Heywood, N.A. Burges, D.M. Moore, D.H. Valentine, S.M. Walters & D.A. Webb (eds.). Flora Europaea 3: 294.

inicio / top of page

Schiman-Czeika, H. 1964. Orobanchaceae. In Rechinger, K.H. (ed.). Flora Iranica. Graz-Austria. N.ş 5 [15 July 1964].

Schneeweiss, G.M., Palomeque, T., Colwell, A.E. & Weiss-Schneeweiss, H. 2004. Chromosome numbers and karyotype evolution in holoparasitic Orobanche (Orobanchaceae) and related genera. American Journal of Botany 91: 439-448. [Abstract / Download] (accessed 21 Sept. 2007).

Stankov, S.S. & Taliev, V.I. 1949. Opredelitel vysšich rastenij Evropejskoj časti SSSR, Gosudarstvennoe izdatelstvo, Sovetskaja. Nauka, Moscou. [Opred. Vysš. Rast. Evr. Časti SSSR / Syst. Classif. Vasc. Pl. Eur. Russ.].

Stapf, O. 1915. The Genus Phelipaea. Bull. Misc. Inform. Kew [Bulletin of Miscellaneous Information (Royal Gardens, Kew)] 1915, 6: 285-295.

Stapf, O. 1915. Ph. foliata in Curtis's Botanical Magazine. v. 141 [ser. 4: v. 11] (1915): t. 8615. London. (cf. Stapf, 1915: 292). 

Steudel E.G. 1840-1841 [Apr. 1841]. Nomenclator botanicus seu: Synonymia plantarum universalis, enumerans ordine alphabetico nomina atque synonyma tum generica tum specifica et a Linnaeo et a recentioribus de re botanica scriptoribus plantis phanerogamis imposita. Stuttgartiae et Tubingae: Typis et sumptibus J. G. Cottae. [Nomencl. Bot. ed. 2]. [Orobanche Lin. Spr. 2205.: 230-232].

Tan, K., Sfikas, G. & Stevanovič, V. 1998. In Greuter, W. & Raus, Th. (ed.): Med-Checklist Notulae, 17. Willdenowia 28: 163-174. [pdf].

Tatli, A., Akan, H., Tel, A.Z. & Kara, C. 2002. The Flora of Upper Ceyhan Valley (Kahramanmaraş/Turkey). Turk. J. Bot. 26: 259-275.

Teryokhin, E.S., Shibakina, G.V., Serafimovich, N.B. & Kravtsova, T.I. 1993. Opredelitelj Sarasichovich Florii SSSR (Determinator of Broomrapes of the USSR Flora). Leningrad.

The Caucasus. Coordination and Development of Plant List Assessments for the Caucasian Biodiversity Hotspot. IUCN (The World Conservation Union), Missouri Botanical Garden] & al. Critical Ecosystem Parnership Fund (CEPF) (accessed 1 Feb. 2009).

Tzvelev, N.N. 1981 [2001]. Orobanchaceae Vent. In Fedorov, An.A. (ed.). Flora of Russia: The European Part and Bordering Regions 5: 434-461. Nauka Publishers. Leningrad [A.A. Balkema. India]. [Flora Evropeiskoi Chasti SSSR 5].

Vasylenko, S.M. [Василенко, С.М.]. 2009. Нові дані про поширення Diphelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Nicolson (Orobanchaceae) у Криму [New data on distribution of Diphelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Nicolson (Orobanchaceae) in the Crimea]. Укр. ботан. журн. [Український Ботанічний Журнал / Ukrainian Botanical Journal / Ukrayinskyi Botanichnyi Zhurnal] 66(3): 359-362. [pdf, accessed 6 Dec. 2010].

Venn, S. & Kratochwil, A. 2012 [Oct. 2012]. Insect surveying during Prespa excursions, May 2012. Bull. Eur. Dry Grassl. Group 16 : 21-23.

Wallroth, K.F.W. 1822. Schedulae criticae de Plantis Florae Halensis selectis. Halae. [XXIX. Orobanche Linn.: 304-315].

Walpers, W.G. 1842-1847. Repertorium botanices systematicae... Leipzig. 6 vols. [vol. 3 (1844-1845)].

Willdenow, C.L. 1800. Caroli a Linné species plantarum exhibentes plantas rite cognitas ad genera relatas cum differentiis specificis, nominibus trivialibus, synonymis selectis, locis natalibus secundum systema sexuale digestas. Berolini: Impensis G. C. Nauk. Tomus III. Pars I. [Sp. Pl. 3(1)] [1186. Orobanche: 347-354].

Zaturjan, T.G. & Grigorjan, C. B. 1987. Orobanchaceae. In: Flora Armenii 8. Verbenaceae - Lentibulariaceae. Jerevan, 418 pp.

inicio / top of page



Google   

Home page (Página principal) | Index of Orobanchaceae | Contact us


© 2005 GBC (Grupo botánico cantábrico)