Scutellaria anatolica (Lamiaceae), a New Species from Turkey

@inproceedings{iek2011ScutellariaA,
  title={Scutellaria anatolica (Lamiaceae), a New Species from Turkey},
  author={Mehmet Çiçek and Osman Ketenoğlu},
  year={2011}
}
Scutellaria anatolica M. Cicek & O. Ketenoglu, sp. nova (Lamiaceae) is described from south Anatolia, Turkey, and illustrated. It belongs to the section Lupulinaria subsection Lupulinaria and resembles S. bicolor, but differs by its ascending-erect stems, smaller triangular-ovate and sessile median cauline leaves, and smaller lanceolate bracts with acute apex, equalling or shortly exceeding the calyx at anthesis. 
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