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Publication Type J
Authors Taschereau, P. M.
Title TAXONOMY MORPHOLOGY AND DISTRIBUTION OF ATRIPLEX HYBRIDS IN THE BRITISH ISLES
Source Watsonia
Abstract A study based on field, culture and experimental work delineates six hybrids in the genus Atriplex indigenous to the British Isles. Detailed morphological descriptions are given and distribution maps and illustrations are provided for A. glabruiscula Edmondston .times. A. longipes Drejer: A. glabriuscula .times. A. praecox Hulphers: A. glabriuscula .times. A. prostrata Bolucher ex DC: the variable A. longipes .times. A. prostrata (= A. .times. gustafssoniana Taschereau. hybr. nov., which includes var. gustafssoniana and var. kattengatensis (Turesson) Taschereau. comb. et stat. nov.) [= A. longipes ssp. kattegatensis] A. littoralis L. .times. A. prostrata (= A. .times. hulmeana Taschereau. hybr. nov.); and A. littoralis .times. A. patula L. Hybrid derivatives involving A. longipes, widespread on the coasts of the British Isles, are responsible for many of the identification problems in the A. prostrata group.
Author Address TASCHEREAU P M; INST RESOURCE ENVIRON STUD, DALHOUSIE UNIV, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA B3H 3E2
ISSN 0043-1532
ISBN 0043-1532
Year Published 1989
Volume 17
Issue 3
Beginning Page 247-264
Unique Article Identifier BCI:BCI199089067097
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