Lathyrus laxiflorus
subsp. angustifolius
Lathyrus L.
Lathyrus laxiflorus (DESF.) O. KUNTZE subsp. angustifolius (POST EX DINSM.) DAVIS
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Minimum yükseklik: 1200
Maksimum yükseklik: 1430
Endemik: endemik
Element: D. Akdeniz
Türkiye dağılımı: G. Anadolu (Amanoslar ve komşu Anti-Toroslar)
Genel dağılımı: Türkiye
Bulunduğu kareler :A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 B1 B2 B6 C1 C2 C4 C5 C6
L. laxiflorus (Desf.) O. Kuntze in Acta Horti Petrop. 10:185 (1887). Map 72, p. 345.
  Perennial, spreading-pilose to glabrous. Stems angled, branched, 15-40 cm, diffusely procumbent or ascending, arising from a tuberous woody stock (D. 34578). Leaves shortly aristate or sometimes ending in a simple tendril; leaflets 1-paired, ovate, broadly elliptic or sometimes lanceolate, acute or acuminate, 10-40 x4-18 mm, parallel-veined; stipules ovate-acuminate or sometimes ovate-lanceolate, c. as broad as the leaflets or sometimes broader, unequally sagittate. Peduncles ± closely (2-)3-6-flowered, longer than the leaves. Calyx 8-13 mm; teeth narrowly lanceolate, 2-3 x longer than tube. Corolla lavender or violet, 15-20 mm; keel whitish. Legume broadly linear, 30-45 x4-5 mm, gland-dotted, subadpressed-pilose or rarely glabrous.
1. Leaflets ovate to broadly elliptic, less than 3 < as long as broad, about as wide as stipules; leaves shortly aristate; legume always hairy subsp. laxiflorus
1. Leaflets lanceolate, more than 3 x longer than broad, usually narrower than stipules; upper leaves ending in tendril or sometimes aristate; legume hairy or glabrous (though glandular) subsp. angustifolius
subsp. laxiflorus. Syn: Orobus laxiflorus Desf. in Ann. Mus. Paris 12:57, t. 8 (1808); O. hirsutus L., Sp. PL 728 (1753) non Lathyrus hirsutus L. (1753); Lathyrusinermis Rochel ex Friv. in Magyar Tud. Tár. Evkon. 2:250 t. 2 (1835). Ic: Fiori. Ic. Fl. Ital. (1899). Forest, scrub, shady banks, etc., s. l.-1900 m.
Type: [Crete] L'île de Candie et dans le royaume de Pont, Tournefort (P).
Mainly Turkey-in-Europe and Outer Anatolia (most common in the N), Islands. A1(E) Kirklareli: 2-4 km SSW of Demirköy, 450-800 m, Bauer & Spitz. 119! A2(E) Istanbul: Belgrad forest, Dudley, D. 34622! A2(A) Bursa: Ulu Da., 1450 m, De Wilde 4042! A3 Bolu: Karadere to Yedigöl, 650 m, D. 37'697 ! A4 Kastamonu: Küre, 120 m, D. 21628! A5 Sinop: d. Ayancik, Çangal Tepesi, 1200 m, Markgraf 10681! A6 Ordu: below Çambasi, 1900 m, Tobey 1289! A7 Trabzon: 8-10 km W of Akceabat, Sauer 197 ! A8 Artvin: Hopa to Borçka, 500 m, Stainton 8253! A9 Çoruh: Ardanuç, 950 m, Hub.-Mor. 16197! Bl Izmir: Kemal Paşa, Alava 5025! B6 Sivas: Zara to Şerefiye Ya., 1550-1630 m, Hub.-Mor. 13348! B2 Manisa: Demirci-Simav, 1340-1390 m, Hub.-Mor. 12415! C1 Izmir: Samsun Da. above Güzelçamli, 400 m, D. 41672! C2 Muğla: 27 km from Muğla to Kale, Dudley, D. 35122! C4 Konya: Hadim to Taşkent, 1480-1500 m, Hub.-Mor. 5812! C5 Içel: Kagiraki, Siehe 1896:173! Hatay: Cassius, Samuelsson 5047. C6 Hatay: Karlik Tepe above Soğuk Oluk, 900 m, D. 27045! Is: Samos, Fors.-Maj. 401! Khios, Platt 554!
S. Italy, Balkans, Crimea, Caucasia, N. & N.W. Iran, W. Syria. The varied disposition of hairs on stems, leaves, peduncles and calyx has led to the recognition of several varieties, but as these are often found mixed in the same population they are not formally treated here.
subsp. angustifolius (Post ex Dinsm.) Davis, stat. nov. Syn: L. laxiflorus (Desf.). O. Kuntze var. angustifolius Post ex Dinsm., Fl. Syria 1:434 (1932); L. inermis Rochel ex Friv.
subsp. angustifolius (Post ex Dinsm.) Davis, stat. nov. Syn: L. laxiflorus (Desf.). O. Kuntze var. angustifolius Post ex Dinsm., Fl. Syria 1:434 (1932); L. inermis Rochel ex Friv. subsp. angustifolius (Post ex Dinsm.) Rech. fil. in Ark. Bot. 5(1):267 (1957).
  Type: [Turkey C6 Hatay] Near Baylan (Belen), Hb. Post.
  S. Anatolia (Amanus and adjacent Anti-Taurus). C6 Adana: Hacin to Kara-kilise, B. Post 263 (legumes glabrous)! Yağlipinar Da. above Yarpuz, 1430 m, Hub.-Mor. 16194 (legumes hairy)! Dumanli Da., 1200 m, Haradj. 3658 (legumes glabrous)! Hatay: scrub above Belen, Kotschy 72 p.p. (legumes glabrous or hairy).
  Endemic; E. Medit. element. As may be seen from the key, subsp. angustifolius is extremely variable. Particularly remarkable is the presence of plants with pilose or glabrous legumes, even in the same population (e.g. Kotschy 72, which also includes specimens of subsp. laxiflorus). It seems possible that subsp. angustifolius originally consisted of glabrous plants with tendrillous leaves, narrow leaflets and glabrous legumes, and that wider variation has been brought in by introgression with subsp. laxiflorus where the two ranges overlap in the Amanus.