Minuartia anatolica
var. anatolica
Minuartia L.
Minuartia anatolica (BOISS.) WORON var. anatolica (BOISS.) WORON
Ömür: Çok yıllık
Yapı: ot
Hayat formu:
İlk çiçeklenme zamanı: 6
Son çiçeklenme zamanı: 7
Habitat: dağlardaki kayalar
Minimum yükseklik: 900
Maksimum yükseklik: 2000
Endemik: endemik
Element: ?
Türkiye dağılımı: B. Anadolu, Akdeniz
Genel dağılımı: Türkiye
Bulunduğu kareler:A1 A2 A4 A5 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6
M. anatolica (Boiss.) Woron. in Woronow & Schelk., Sched. Herb. Fl. Cauc. 4: 92 (1914). Syn: Alsine anatolica Boiss., Diagn. ser. 1(8): 97 (1849)! A. setacea var. anatolica (Boiss.) Boiss., Fl. Or. 1: 680 (1867)!
  Loosely tufted, hairy or partly glabrous to ± glaucous perennial, usually with creeping caudiculi and erect flowering shoots, 8-25 cm, rarely shorter and densely tufted. Leaves 3-veined at least to the middle; leaf fascicles often scarcely de-veloped at flowering time, or if present always tightly 'closed' and the leaves pointing forwards. Inflorescence a series of lax or ± contracted, usually 8-30-flowered cymes; pedicels pubescent, at least at the base of the calyx, mostly as long as or longer than bract; bracts broadly ovate to ovate-lanceolate, mem-branous-margined throughout. Sepals 2•5-5•5 mm, lanceolate to linear-lanceolate, usually acute, occasionally acuminate, very rarely red-tinted and then only after flowering. Petals shorter than or as long as sepals, very rarely a little longer.
1. Lower part of plant clothed with long white crisped or silky hairs, the leaf fascicles often appearing arachnoid
   2. Flowers aggregated into terminal clusters; entire plant lanuginose, greyish white; sepals 4-5•5 mm; plants rather low-growing, 4-10(-14) cm var. lanuginosa
   2. Flowers in lax cymes; hairs on lower part of the plant either sparse or crisped and not silky; upper part glandular-puberulent to glabrous; plants 10-20 cm
      3. Sepals 2•5-4 mm, lanceolate, broadly acute to acuminate var. arachnoidea
      3. Sepals 4-5•5 mm, linear-lanceolate, narrowly acute to long-acuminate var. anatolica
1. Lower part of the plant glabrous, glaucous, puberulent or velutinous, without white crisped or silky hairs; fascicular leaves ciliate but not arachnoid
         4. Plants very densely caespitose, 3-4(-5) cm; sepals 2-3 mm, bluntly acute, incurved at apex and margins var. scleranthoides
         4. Plants loosely tufted, 8-25 cm; sepals 3-5•5 mm, narrowly acute to acuminate, not incurved
             5. Lower part of plant bearing at least some tightly imbricate, ± terete, tetra-stichous leaves less than 2 mm; basal leaves all short, less than 5 mm; flowers arranged                  in terminal and subterminal clusters; petals oblong, long-cuneate at base; plant rather densely velutinous var. tetrasticha
             5. All non-fascicular leaves setaceous or subulate, more than 5 mm; inflores-cence usually lax, rarely a little congested and then petals ovate, abruptly contracted at                     base
                6. Entire plant densely glandular-pubescent var. phrygia
                6. Indumentum various, usually sparsely puberulent, only glandular in the inflorescence
                    7. Sepals 4-5•5 mm, usually glabrous var. anatolica
                    7. Sepals 3-4 mm, often finely puberulent var. polymorpha
var. anatolica. Fl. 6-7. Rocks on mountains, 900-2000 m.
  Lectotype: [Turkey C2 Denizli] Cadmus supra Denisleh, vi 1842, Boissier (G! - cf. McNeill in Notes R.B.G. Edinb. 24: 371, 1963).
Al Balikesir: Gargarus (Kaz Da.), Aucher 577! A2 Bursa: Uludağ, Aucher 576! B2 Izmir: Boz Da., 1900m, D. 18210a! C3 Antalya: Bey Da., 15 vii 1883, Pichler ! Burdur: 5 km S of Burdur, c. 1100 m, Sorger T-63-43-53! Isparta: Anamas Da., c. 1500 m, Sorger T-64-41-50!