Astartoseris triquetra (Labill.) N. Kilian, Hand, Hadjik., Christodoulou & M. Bou Dagher-Kharrat
Names
Synonym(s): Astartoseris triquetra N. Kilian, Hand, Hadjik., Christodoulou & M. Bou Dagher-Kharrat
Bibliographic References
2017
• Norbert Kilian, Ralf Hand, Georgios N. Hadjikyriakou, Charalambos S. Christodoulou & Magda Bou Dagher-Kharrat. Astartoseris (Cichorieae, Asteraceae), a new, systematically isolated monospecific genus accommodating Lactuca triquetra endemic to Lebanon and Cyprus. 2017. Willdenowia, 47(2):115-125.
Ecology
Endemic to : Lebanon
Habitat : Coastal zone and mount Lebanon range
Genetics
Chromosome Number: 2n=18
Genome size : 1C = 18.56 pg
Herbarium
Morphology and seeds
Botanic description :
  • scoparious, largely leafless, glabrous, to c. 80  cm tall, many-branched from woody rootstock and with a strong taproot
Presence in Protected area
Relevance to Humans and Ecosystems
Altitude
1100 m
 
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Distribution

Flowering period
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