Galium album
subsp. amani
Galium L.
Galium album MILLER subsp. amani EHREND. ET SCHÖNB.-TEM.
Ömür: Çok yıllık
Yapı: ot
Hayat formu:
İlk çiçeklenme zamanı: 6
Son çiçeklenme zamanı: 8
Habitat: kuru yamaçlar, orman açıklıkları, yolkenarları, nehirkenarları
Minimum yükseklik: 300
Maksimum yükseklik: 2100
Endemik: -
Element: ?
Türkiye dağılımı: G. Anadolu (Amanoslar)
Genel dağılımı: Lübnan, Suriye ?
Bulunduğu kareler :A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 C5 C6
G. album Miller, Gard. Diet. ed. 8, no. 7 (1768). Syn: G. mollugo auct. p.p. non L. (1753).
  Perennial, with branched, creeping rhizome and rooting stolons. Stems (16-)25-80(-l 10) cm, erect, ascending to procumbent, ± sharply quadrangular mainly in their upper parts, subsimple to branched from lower 1/3, with branches ascending to patent, more often glabrous or hairy, with hairs 0.1-0.7 mm; middle internodes c. 2-5 x leaves. Leaves in whorls of 6-8, 10-30(-40) x 1-6 mm, oblong, oblanceolate to linear-oblanceolate, cuspidate to acuminate, or rounded and mucronate with hyaline apex 0-0.5 mm, antrorsely scabrid along the scarcely revolute margins to subsmooth, often coriaceous, glabrous or hairy mainly along the ± distinctly prominent vein below. Inflorescencebroadly ovoid to subcylindrical. Pedicels c. 1.5-3(-5) mm, only slightly spreading in fruit. Corolla white to yellowish, rotate, c. 2-5 mm diam., with oblong, caudate-aristate lobes. Anthers yellowish to dark brown. Mericarps 1.5-1.75 mm, broadly reniform to subglobose, somewhat rugulose, glabrous. 2n = 44.
1. Leaves to 30x6 mm, often rounded and mucronate at apex; inflorescence usually broadly ovoid; corolla whitish, c. 2-3 mm diam.; anthers yellowish to brownish; plant robust, usually hairy subsp. pycnotrichum
1. Leaves 10-20 mm, acute to acuminate; inflorescence narrow, ± cylindrical; corolla usually yellowish; anthers more often dark brown; plant rather slender, more often glabrous
   2. Leaves 1.5-3 mm broad; corolla 3-5 mm diam., stems hardly tinged with violet subsp. prusense
   2. Leaves 1-2.5 mm broad; corolla 2-3(-3.75) mm diam.; stems usually tinged with violet subsp. amani
subsp. amani Ehrend. & Schönb.-Tem. in Pl. Syst. Evol. 133:109 (1979). Syn: G. erectum sensu Boiss., Fl. Or. 3:54 (1875) p.p. quoad pl. Amani, non Hudson (1762); G. prusense sensu Ehrend. apud Rech. fil. in Ark. Bot. ser. 2, 5/1: 413 (1959) non C. Koch (1851). FL 6-8. Dry slopes, open forests, road-and riversides, 300-2100 m.
  Type: Turkey C6 Hatay: in subalpinis versus Akma Da. dispersum, c. 1500 m, 25 vi 1862, Kotschy 95 (holo. & iso. W!).
  S. Anatolia (Amanus). C5 Hatay; Cassius (Akra Da.), 300-650 m, Haradj. 3012! C6 Adana: Düldül Da., c. 1500-2100 m, Haradj. 2398! Maraş: c. 10 km N. of An dirin, 900-1000 m, Sorger 73-12-40 ! Hatay: above Latik towards Daz Tepe, 1020-1050 m, Hub.-Mor. 12672! Köstelli to Amanos Da., c. 1500 m, Akman 3604!
  Lebanon; ?Syria. An early flowering (April) plant from C6 Hatay: Antakya, 150-300 m, D. 27248! is reminiscent of subsp. album in its white flowers in a broadly ovoid inflorescence. This subsp. approaches G. libanoticum Ehrend. from the G. scabrifolium group. Plants cited under G. incurvum Sm. and G. scabrifolium (Boiss.) Hausskn. by Post (ed. Dinsm.), Fl. Syria ed. 2:593 (1932) may at least in part belong to this subspecies.
Distribution of species: Most of Europe (subsp. album), Balkans, Crimea, S. Russia, Caucasia, W. Siberia, Lebanon; ?Syria. An extremely polymorphic allotetraploid species, which in Turkey is not sharply divisible into the above subspecies.