Poa laxa Haenke in J. Jirasek, Beobacht. Reis. Riesengeb. 118. 1791 subsp. laxa

Ortega-Olivencia, Ana & Devesa, Juan A., 2018, Updated checklist of Poa in the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands, PhytoKeys 103, pp. 27-60: 27

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/phytokeys.103.26029

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scientific name

Poa laxa Haenke in J. Jirasek, Beobacht. Reis. Riesengeb. 118. 1791 subsp. laxa
status

 

8. Poa laxa Haenke in J. Jirasek, Beobacht. Reis. Riesengeb. 118. 1791 subsp. laxa 

Poa laxa  ß pallida Lange, nom. nud., in sched. (C 10022611; COI-Willk. 36552), syn. nov.

Ill. Bolòs and Vigo (2001: 386), Portal (2005: 108, 281).

Type.

"[Haenke 1791: 116, Schneekoppe] der kahle, steinigte Gipfel" [= the summit area of Mt Sněžka, NE Bohemia, at the Polish border]" (lectotype designated by Kirschner et al. 2007, pg. 349: Poa laxa  a me descripta in Actis Societ. Boh. Anno 1787. Poa  Halleri historia Nr. 1457. Lecta in Sudetis et in Styriae Alpibus, T. Haenke (PR); epitype designated by Kirschner et al. 2007, pg. 349: Bohemia, the Krkonoše Mts, Mt Sněžka, scree site just below the summit plateau at the beginning of the track called Jubilejní cesta, 50°44'10"N, 15°44'25"E, 3 Jul 2007, J. Zahradníková &L. Harčariková s.n: PRA 349; isoepitypes: PR, PRC).

Flowering.

July to September.

Ecology.

Rocky places, stony places and high mountain waterfalls, on shale, schist and granite; (1900) 2300−3150 m a.s.l.

Distribution.

C and N of Europe, reaching the Carpathians, Balkans, Apennines and Pyrenees, and N America. N and NE Iberian Peninsula. And. Spa.: Ge Hu L (P). For a representative list of studied materials, see Suppl. material 1.

Kingdom

Plantae

Phylum

Tracheophyta

Class

Liliopsida

Order

Poales

Family

Poaceae

Genus

Poa