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Published In: Novon 7(3): 326. 1997. (Novon) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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7. Arabidopsis neglecta (Schultes) O’Kane & Al-Shehbaz, Novon 7: 326. 1997; Arabis neglecta Schultes, Oestr. Fl. 2: 248. 1814; Arabis arenosa (Linnaeus) Scopli subsp. neglecta (Schultes) Zapalowicz, Rozpr. Wydz. Mat.-Przyr. Acad. Umiejetn., Dzial B, Nauki Biol. 52: 36. 1912; Cardaminopsis neglecta (Schultes) Hayek, Fl. Steiermark 1: 480. 1908. TYPE: Carpathians, ?Schultes s.n. (holotype, M).

Arabis floribunda Schur, Enum. Pl. Transsilv. 44. 1866. TYPE: “Auf steinigen Abhängen der Rodnaer Alpen, 6,500′, in Gesellschaft von Lychn.” (holotype, not located).

Arabis glareosa Schur, Verh. Mitth. Siebenbürg. Vereins. Naturwiss. Hermannstadt 1: 106. 1850; Cardaminopsis neglecta subsp. glareosa (Schur) Soó, Acta Bot. Acad. Sci. Hung. 16: 371. 1971. TYPE: “Auf den Rodnaer Alpen von Herrn Albert Bielz, auf den Arpáscher Alpen von mir 1847” (holotype, not located).

Arabis transsilvanica Schur, Enum. Pl. Transsilv. 43. 1866. TYPE: “Auf feuchtem schlammigen Boden der Hochalpen, Glimmerschiefer, 6,000′, an Quellen und kleinen Bächen der Arpaser Alpen” (holotype, not located).

Herbs, perennial, with a distinct caudex. Stems 5–15(–20) cm, erect, simple or few branched, glabrous. Basal leaves rosulate; petiole to 2 cm; leaf blade obovate to oblanceolate, 0.5–2 x 0.3–1 cm, fleshy, glabrous or sparsely pubescent with simple and fewer, short-stalked forked trichomes, margin subentire to lyrate-pinnatifid with up to 4 teeth or small lateral lobes on each side; cauline leaves 3–6, attenuate to a short petiole; blade ovate to oblanceolate, usually glabrous, entire or basally minutely 2-toothed. Fruiting pedicels recurved or reflexed, 8–12 mm. Sepals 2.5–3.5 mm, glabrous or distally sparsely pilose with simple trichomes, lateral pair saccate; petals purple, 5–6 x 2–3 mm, apex obtuse; claw short, not toothed; filaments lavender, 3–4.5 mm; ovules ca. 30 per ovary. Fruits linear, distinctly compressed, smooth to slightly torulose, (1–)1.5–2.5(–3) cm x 1.2–1.8 mm; valves with a distinct midvein or obscurely veined; style to 1 mm, slender. Seeds oblong, compressed, light brown, 1–1.2 mm, wingless; cotyledons accumbent. 2n = 16, 32.

Flowering: May–Jul.

Habitat: mountain slopes, forest margins.

Elevation: 1200–2660 m.

Distribution: Carpathian Mountains (Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and adjacent Ukraine).




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