2019
DOI: 10.23855/preslia.2019.391
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Abstract: Stellaria ruderalis, a new species in the Stellaria media group from central Europe.-Preslia 91: 391-420 A new allotetraploid species in the Stellaria media group, S. ruderalis M. Lepší, P. Lepší, Z. Kaplan & P. Koutecký, which is possibly of hybridogenous origin between S. pallida and S. neglecta, is distinguished and described based on a biosystematic revision of the S. media group. A suite of biosystematic techniques, including molecular (internal transcribed spacer sequencing), karyological (chromosome cou… Show more

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“…The newly described S. ruderalis is suggested to be an allopolyploid originated from S. pallida and S. neglecta (Lepší et al 2019), hence it combines some morphological features of both species. Stellaria ruderalis differs from S. media s. str.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%
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“…The newly described S. ruderalis is suggested to be an allopolyploid originated from S. pallida and S. neglecta (Lepší et al 2019), hence it combines some morphological features of both species. Stellaria ruderalis differs from S. media s. str.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…The Stellaria media group comprises in Europe four species, S. media (L.) Vill., S. pallida (Dumort.) Crép., S. neglecta Weihe, and the recently published one, S. ruderalis M. Lepší, P. Lepší, Z. Kaplan et P. Koutecký (Chater and Heywood 1964;Sobey 1981;Lepší et al 2019). Up to now, S. media, S. pallida, and S. neglecta were recognized for the flora of Ukraine (Klokov 1952;Mosyakin and Fedoronchuk 1999).…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…A new edition of the field guide "Key to the Flora of the Czech Republic" was published last year (Kaplan et al 2019a). Several taxonomically complicated groups were revised, and new species (Trávníček et al 2018, Király et al 2019, Lepší et al 2019 and hybrids (Hodková & Mandák 2018, Prančl et al 2018, Popelka et al 2019 were discovered. Additional plant taxa were recorded for the first time in this country, comprising previously unrecognized native ones (Roleček et al 2018, Velebil 2018 as well as introduced aliens (Danihelka 2019a, Lustyk & Doležal 2019.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%