Taxonomy of Cardamine amara (Cruciferae) in the Iberian Peninsula

@article{Lihov2000TaxonomyOC,
  title={Taxonomy of Cardamine amara (Cruciferae) in the Iberian Peninsula},
  author={Judita Lihov{\'a} and Karol Marhold and Barbara Neuffer},
  journal={Taxon},
  year={2000},
  volume={49},
  pages={747-763}
}
Summary Lihova, J., Marhold, K. & Neuffer, B.: Taxonomy of Cardamine amara (Cruciferae) in the Iberian Peninsula. – Taxon 49: 747–763. 2000. – ISSN 0040-0262. Cardamine amara is represented in the Iberian Peninsula by two subspecies: the diploid (2n = 16) subsp. pyrenaea, occurring in the Eastern Pyrenees, and the tetraploid (2n = 32) subsp. olotensis, concentrated at the lower altitudes in Catalonia, N and NE of Barcelona. Morphometric analysis of populations of these taxa and four other… Expand

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