Limonium marisolii L. Llorens (Plumbaginaceae) revisited

  title={Limonium marisolii L. Llorens (Plumbaginaceae) revisited},
  author={Llorenç S{\'a}ez and {\'A}urea C. Carvalho and J. A. Rossello},
  journal={Anales Del Jardin Botanico De Madrid},
A new triploid agamic species, L. leonardi-llorensii , is described from coastal populations of South-West Mallorca. The new species is closely related, on morphological grounds, to the endemic L. marisolii L. Llorens, from which it could be distinguished by several morphological characters (leaves without papillae, longer calyx, more flowers per spikelet) and by a different chromosome number ( 2n = 26, L. leonardi-llorensii ; 2n = 27, L. marisolii ). The relationships between both species are… 

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