Prunus cocomilia

Prunus cocomilia

Synonymy

Source: Kurtto, A. (2009+): Rosaceae (pro parte majore). In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Prunus cocomilia Ten., Fl. Napol. Prodr. 1(Suppl. 2): lxviii. 1811
    • =Prunus pseudoarmeniaca Heldr. & Sart. in Boissier, Diagn. Pl. Orient. ser. 2, 3(5): 96. 1856
    • =Prunus ursina Kotschy in Verh. K. K. Zool.-Bot. Ges. Wien 14: 435. 1864
    • =Prunus divaricata subsp. ursina (Kotschy) Browicz in Davis, Fl. Turkey 4: 11. 1972

    Distribution

    AE(G) Al Cg Ct Gr Ir It Jo Le Mk Si(S) Sy Tu(A) 

    Euro+Med endemicA,B,C: Albania nativeD,E,F,G; Croatia nativeH; East Aegean islands (Greek East Aegean islands nativeA); Greece nativeC,F; Israel/Palestine nativeI,J; Israel/Palestine-Jordan nativeK; Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City nativeB,F; Jordan nativeJ,L; Lebanon nativeM; Lebanon-Syria nativeK; Montenegro nativeN; North Macedonia nativeO; Sicily, with Malta nativeF (Sicily nativeB); Syria nativeJ,M; Turkey nativeA (Turkey, Asiatic part nativeP,Q)

    Common Names

    Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): Προύνος ο ψευδοαρμενιακόςR

    Bibliography

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    C. Strid, P. A. K. 1986: Mountain Flora of Greece 1. – Cambridge & Edinburgh
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    E. Demiri, M. 1983: Flora ekskursioniste e shqipërisë. – Tiranë: Shtëpia Botuese e Librit Shkollor
    F. Tutin, T. G., Heywood, V. H., Burges, N. A., Valentine, D. H., Walters, S. M. & Webb, D. A. 1964–1980: Flora europaea 1-5. – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
    G. Vangjeli, J. 2017: Flora Albanica. Atlas 1. – Schmitten-Obereifenberg: Koeltz
    H. Nikolić, T. 1997: Flora Croatica, Index Florae Croaticae Pars 2. – Zagreb: Croatian Natural History Museum
    I. Ali-Shtayeh, M. S., Jamous, R. M. & Abuzaitoun, S. Y. 2022: Analysis of floristic composition and species diversity of vascular plants native to the State of Palestine (West Bank and Gaza Strip). – Biodivers. Data J. 10(e80427): 1-24. https://doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.10.e80427 (as Prunus ursina Kotschy)
    J. Fragman-Sapir, O., Plitmann, U., Heller, D., Shmida, A. & al. 1999: Checklist and ecological data-base of the flora of Israel and its surroundings including Israel, Jordan, the Palestinian Autonomy, Golan Heights, Mt Hermon and Sinai. – Jerusalem: Dep. of Evolution, Systematics and Ecology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (as Prunus ursina Kotschy)
    K. Post, G. E. 1932: Flora of Syria, Palestine, and Sinai 1. – Beirut (as Prunus ursina Kotschy)
    L. Taifour, H. & El-Oqlah, A. A. 2017: The plants of Jordan. An annotated checklist. – Kew: Royal Botanic Gardens (as Prunus ursina Kotschy)
    M. Mouterde, P. 1970: Nouvelle flore du Liban et de la Syrie 2. – Beyrouth (as Prunus ursina Kotschy)
    N. Pulević, V. 2005: Građa za vaskularnu floru Crne Gore. – Podgorica
    O. Micevski, K. 1998: Flora of Republic of Macedonia 1(4). – Skopje: Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts
    P. Davis, P. H. 1972: Flora of Turkey and East Aegean Islands 4 (as Prunus divaricata subsp. ursina (Kotschy) Browicz)
    Q. Güner, A. 2012: Türkiye Bitkileri Listesi. – Istanbul
    R. Kabbadas, D. S. 1957–1964: Eikonographemenon botanikon-phytologikon lexikon. – Athenai (as Prunus pseudoarmeniaca Heldr. & Sart.)