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Plant Species of the Amanos Mtn. NW-Slopes above Dörtyol (SE-Turkey, Hatay Province)
coll. & det.
in the Framework of the Mountain Ecology Research ProjectLöKAT


Compilation provided by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Harald Kehl
   
  List of Plant Species in the LöKAT data base
List of Plant Families in the LöKAT data base
Landscapes above Dörtyol (LöKAT Research Area)
Species identification system (in preparation)
TEMaps (large PDF/JPEG-Files) of the Research Project  
        Taxon. accord. to "Flora of Turkey and the East Aegaen Islands", Davis (1965-88, edit.), partly modif. accord. to Oberdorfer (1994
Aceraceae - Asclepiadaceae (Asclepediaceae):
 
Aceraceae    
  Photograph 1) Herbarium
Acer campestre L. ssp. leiocarpa (Opiz) Pax.
 
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): Chorotype: Lifeform: Endemic:
900m ES nph --
   
  Remarks:
  author (= Acer campestre L.)
presence: rare
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
   
Acer hyrcanum Fisch. & Mey. ssp. tauriculum (Boiss. & Bal.) Yalt.
 
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): Chorotype: Lifeform: Endemic:
1.700m EM mph --
   
  Remarks:
  external: botanik.de (= Acer hyrcanum)
presence: rare
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
   
Acer platanoides L.
 
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
890-2.050m ES mph -
   
  Remarks:
  author
presence: frequent, shady NW slopes, middle to upper montane belt dominated by Fagus orientalis
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
       
Amaranthaceae    
   
Amaranthus retroflexus L.
 
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
1.800m Neo. (NAM) the --
   
  Remarks:
  external: luirig.altervista.org
presence: near yaylas, wayside, very rare
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
       
Amaryllidaceae    
   
Galanthus fosteri Baker
 
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
1.350m EM geo --
   
  Remarks:
  author
presence: very rare
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
   
Pancratium maritumum L.
 
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
sandy coast MED geo --
   
  Remarks:
  Twinning, S. Cimen
presence: coastal sandy areas near Dörtyol, NOT found in the framework of the Research Project LöKAT, not incl. in the LöKAT species list
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
       
Anacardiaceae    
   
Cotinus coggygria Scop.
   
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
270 - 1.350m Med/ES nph -
   
  Remarks:
  author
presence: very common in the lower montane belt, macchia with Pinus brutia
   
 
 
   
 
 
       
   
Pistacia lentiscus L.
   
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
240m Med mch -
   
  Remarks:
  author and S. Cimen in the framework of Twinning
presence: very common in the coastal area, NOT found in the framework of the Research Project LöKAT, not incl. in the LöKAT species list
   
 
 
   
 
 
       
   
Pistacia terebinthus L.
   
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
280 - 1.410m EM mch -
   
  Remarks:
  author and S. Cimen in the framework of Twinning
presence: very common in the lower montane belt, macchia with Pinus brutia
   
 
 
   
 
 
       
   
Rhus coriaria L.
   
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
280 -870m Med nch -
   
  Remarks:
  external: apinguela.com
presence: common in the lower montane belt, macchia with Pinus brutia
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
       
Aquifoliaceae    
   
Ilex colchica Poi.
   
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
650 - 1.100m Eux nph -
   
  Remarks:
  S. Cimen and author, 2nd photograph with Ilex aquifolium L. for comparison
presence: rare
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
       
Araliaceae    
   
Hedera helix L.
   
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
290 - 1.500m ES mph -
   
  Remarks:
  author
presence: very frequent
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
       
Aristolochiaceae    
   
Aristolochia brevilabris Bornm.
   
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
530m EM geo a
   
  Remarks:
  --
presence: very rare
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
       
Asclepiadaceae (Asclepediaceae)    
   
Vincetoxicum tmoleum Boiss.
   
 
Altitude (a.s.l.): chorotype: lifeform: endemic:
1.830 - 2.170m IT nch -
   
  Remarks:
  author
presence: common in the alpine belt
   
 
 
   
 
 
     
       
 
1) Remarks:
 
  • External photographs and low quality scanned slides of the author will be replaced continuously.
  • Herbarium specimen of Scrophulariaceae and several Apiaceae have been dedicated on request to the RBG (Edinburgh, Scotland), and all the rest to the Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem (Germany).
  • Taxonomy. acc. to "Flora of Turkey and the East Aegaen Islands", Davis (1965-88, edit.), partly modif. acc. to Oberdorfer (1994
 
Abbreviations:
   
  Chorotypes Lifeforms Endemics
         
  Med Mediterranean geo geophyte t Turkey
  EM East-Mediterranean the therophyte a Amanos
  IT Irano-Turanian hkr hemi-kryptophyte sa S-Amanos
  Eux Euxinian nch nano-chamaephyte
  ES Euro-Siberian ch chamaephyte
  Med/ES bi-regional mch macro-chamaephyte
  Cos Cosmopolitan nph nano-phanerophyte
  Pluri pluri-regional ph phanerophyte
  Temp temperate areas mph macro-phanerophyte
 
 
 
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