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Published In: Novon 7(3): 325. 1997. (Novon) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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5b. Arabidopsis halleri subsp. ovirensis (Wulfen) O’Kane & Al-Shehbaz, Novon 7: 325. 1997; Arabis ovirensis Wulfen in Jacquin, Collectanea 1: 196. 1787; A. halleri Linnaeus subsp. ovirensis (Wulfen) Klástersky, Preslia 8: 30. 1929; Cardaminopsis halleri subsp. ovirensis (Wulfen) Hegi & E. Schmid in Hegi, Ill. Fl. Mittel-Eur. 4(1): 424. 1919; C. ovirensis (Wulfen) Thellung ex Jávorka, Magyar Fl. 436. 1924; C. ovirensis (Wulfen) O. Schwarz, Mitt. Thuring. Bot. Ges. 1(1): 101. 1949, comb. superfl. TYPE: Austria, Ovirensis supra Ebriacum in Valle Junonia percurrerem alpes, Wulfen s.n. (holotype, W).

Arabis ovirensis var. dacica Heuffel, Verh. Zool.-Bot. Ges. Wien 8: 52, 1858; Arabidopsis halleri subsp. dacica (Heuffel) Kolník & Marhold, Biologia Bratislava 61: 45. 2006. TYPE: “In Banatu Temesiensii” (holotype, not found).

Plants with numerous stolons. Stems 10–20 cm, few branched above. Basal leaves entire or with weakly developed lateral lobes; lower stem leaves orbicular to ovate, often entire. Fruiting pedicels 10–14 mm. Petals lavender or purple. 2n = 16.

Habitats: rocky slopes and crevices.

Elevation: 1200–2400m.

Distribution: Albania, Austria, NE Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, SW Ukraine, former Yugoslavia.




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