Glebionis discolor ( d'Urv .) Cano, Musarella, Cano-Ortiz, Pinar Fuentes, Spampinato & Pinto Gomes comb. &

Cano, Eusebio, Musarella, Carmelo Maria, Cano-Ortiz, Ana, Fuentes, Jose Carlos Pinar, Spampinato, Giovanni & Gomes, Carlos Jose , 2017, Morphometric analysis and bioclimatic distribution of Glebioniscoronaria s. l. (Asteraceae) in the Mediterranean area, PhytoKeys 81, pp. 103-126: 104

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scientific name

Glebionis discolor ( d'Urv .) Cano, Musarella, Cano-Ortiz, Pinar Fuentes, Spampinato & Pinto Gomes comb. &
status

stat. nov.

Glebionis discolor ( d'Urv.) Cano, Musarella, Cano-Ortiz, Pinar Fuentes, Spampinato & Pinto Gomes comb. &  LSID  stat. nov.

Basionym: Chrysanthemum coronarium var. discolor  d’Urv. in Mém. Soc. Linn. Paris 1: 368. 1822). ≡ Chrysanthemum coronarium subsp. discolor  ( d’Urv.) Rech. f. in Beih. Bot. Centralbl. 54B: 634. 1936 ≡ Glebionis coronaria var. discolor  ( d’Urv.) Turland in Taxon 53: 1073. 2004. Lectotype designated here: Greece, Melos, 05/1819, D’Urville (K 000929476).

Note.

Like G. coronaria  but plants frequently puberulous. Female ray florets white with a yellow base. Disc cypselas 2.8-2.9 mm long, with poorly pronounced wings (average width 0.54-0.57 mm) and intercostal glands arranged randomly (Table 1, Fig. 2b). 2n = 18.

Habitat.

Cultivated grounds, along the ways and waste places.

Bioclimatic distribution.

Species distributed throughout the thermo-Mediterranean and meso-Mediterranean bioclimatic belt.