Anthemis tinctoria
var. pallida
Anthemis L.
Anthemis tinctoria L. var. pallida DC.
Ömür: Çok yıllık
Yapı: ot
Hayat formu:
İlk çiçeklenme zamanı: 6
Son çiçeklenme zamanı: 7
Habitat: step, tarla kenarı
Minimum yükseklik: 200
Maksimum yükseklik: 2300
Endemik: -
Element: ?
Türkiye dağılımı: K. ve B. Türkiye, O. Anadolu
Genel dağılımı: Yunanistan
Bulunduğu kareler:A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C8 C10
A. tinctoria L., Sp. PL 896 (1753). Ic: Hegi, I11. Fl. Mittel-Eur. 6(3): t. 270 (1968). Figure 10, p. 183.
Greyish-green or whitish perennial, sparsely or densely covered with adpressed-tomentose pubescence, sometimes almost glabrous. Stems branching from near base, ± erect, 20-45(-60) cm, branches 1-headed. Leaves 2-3-pinnatisect (second-ary segments of lower leaves often bearing as many as three pairs of lobes), oblanceolate or obovate in outline, 1-5 cm, primary segments 3-5-pa,ired, lanceolate or linear-lanceolate, 5-15 x 1.5-5 mm. margin divided into 3-7 pairs of triangular, acute, spinulose-tipped lobes c. 1.5 mm, generally strongly infolded but sometimes (in woodland forms) remaining fiat. Capitula radiate or discoid. Involucre l-l.2(-2) cm broad, sparsely or densely white-tomentose; inner phyllaries brown-margined, ciliate at apex, Ligules when present c. 20, yellow or pale cream, 4-8(-10) mm. Disc flowers 3-4 mm, not inflated at base at maturity. Paleae oblong, acuminate, as long as disc flowers. Achenes 1.75-2 mm, ± distinctly ribbed; corona entire, c. 0.25 mm.
  A. tinctoria, because of its extreme variability, has been interpreted as consisting of a number of varieties which diverge in two main streams from the typical yellow-rayed taxon. In the discoid stream it is possible to distinguish var. virescens, because of its larger size and southerly distribution, from the variable and widespread var. discoidea. The distinction between the white or cream var. pallida and A. triumfettii, is sometimes less easy; both may occur in the same area and specimens are encountered which seem to be intermediate. Nevertheless, there do appear to be two taxa: the one closer to typical A. tinctoria in habit with narrow infolded leaf segments, loosely branching habit and smaller heads, as against A. triumfettii which is often a larger plant with flat leaf segments, larger capitula and fastigate branching habit.
1. Capitula radiate
   2. Ligules white or cream var. pallida
   2. Ligules yellow
      3. Erect or ascending inland plants; leaves oblong in outline, segments deeply toothed var. tinctoria
      3. Procumbent sea coast plants; leaves obovate in outline, segments shallowly toothed var. euxina
1. Capitula discoid
         4. Plants generally greyish-tomentose; involucre 1-1.5 cm broad var. discoidea
         4. Plants subglabrous or only sparsely tomentose; involucre 1.7-2 cm broad var. virescens
var. pallida DC, Prodr. 6:11 (1838). Fl. 6-7. Steppe, banks and margins of fields, 200-2300 m.
  Type: [Turkey A2 Istanbul] Constantinople, 1822, Olivier (G-DC, photo!).
  Mainly N. & W. Turkey & C. Anatolia. A2(E) Istanbul: Sariyer, 200 m, Edmondson 433! A2(A) Bursa: Ulu Da., 1850 m, A.&T.Baytop (ISTE 20880)! A2/3 Bilecik: Kuplu, T.Baytop (ISTE 21642)! A4 Kastamonu: Bostanlı, 30 km S. of Kastamonu, 1300 m, Sorger 69-13-21! A5 Sinop: Çangal Da. above Ayancik, 300-600 m, D. 38161! A7 Giresun: 6 km S. of Yavuzkemal, 1000-1500 m, Hub.-Mor. 15794! A8 Erzurum: Tortum to Oltu, 2300 m, D. 47600! B2 Kütahya: 13 km N. of Demirci, 1340-1390 m, Hub.-Mor. 12208! B3 Eskişehir: Sündiken Da., 1200 m, Ekim 13! B4 Ankara: Dikmen, S. of Ankara, M.Zohary 50325! B6 Sivas: 36 km N. of Sivas, 1500 m, Sorger 69-54-4!