Centaurea ibn-tattoui ( Asteraceae ), a new narrow endemic species from north-eastern Morocco

@inproceedings{Chambouleyron2014CentaureaI,
  title={Centaurea ibn-tattoui ( Asteraceae ), a new narrow endemic species from north-eastern Morocco},
  author={Mathieu Chambouleyron and Matthieu Bidat and Jean-François L{\'e}ger},
  year={2014}
}
Centaurea ibn-tattoui is described and illustrated as a new species from north-eastern Morocco. Intermediate involucral bracts and leaves are the discriminant features separating it from other closely related taxa of C. sect. Acrocentron . 

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