2018
DOI: 10.23855/preslia.2018.387
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Abstract: Trávníček B., Lepší M., Lepší P. & Žíla V. (2018): Taxonomy of Rubus ser. Radula in the Czech Republic. -Preslia 90: 387-424Results of a taxonomic study of Rubus ser. Radula (Focke) Focke in the Czech Republic, based mainly on a comprehensive field survey, are presented. There are ten species in this country. Four of these species were already reported in the last Czech monograph on Rubus by J. Holub: R. epipsilos Focke, R. radula Weihe, R. rudis Weihe and R. salisburgensis Caflisch. The fifth species, R. indu… Show more

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“…2019, M. Malovcová, photodocumented. The species is native to Central Europe. It has been reported from Germany (SE part), the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lower Austria, and Poland so far (Trávníček & Zázvorka 2005;Kurtto & Weber 2009). In Poland, it occurs mostly in the southwestern part of the country (Zieliński et al 2004;Kosiński 2010).…”
Section: Miroslava Malovcová-staníková (Reports 47-48)mentioning
confidence: 92%
“…2019, M. Malovcová, photodocumented. The species is native to Central Europe. It has been reported from Germany (SE part), the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lower Austria, and Poland so far (Trávníček & Zázvorka 2005;Kurtto & Weber 2009). In Poland, it occurs mostly in the southwestern part of the country (Zieliński et al 2004;Kosiński 2010).…”
Section: Miroslava Malovcová-staníková (Reports 47-48)mentioning
confidence: 92%
“…Mainly prior to 1950, several similar taxa were described at various taxonomic ranks; however, they were assessed by Weber (1986aWeber ( , 1995 to be local biotypes or simply synonyms of R. montanus, a widely distributed species in Europe. Trávníček & Zázvorka (2005) argue, however, on the basis of macromorphological characters for splitting R. montanus. They support the existence of R. montanus s.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 93%
“…The morphological characterization of the entities belonging to the R. montanus group was based partly on the comprehensive study of Trávníček & Zázvorka (2005) and a recent revision of over 50 living and/or herbarium specimens for each. First-year stems with well-developed leaves were typically examined together with the flowers and fruits on living material; abnormal and injured plants were not included in the assessments.…”
Section: Morphological Investigationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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