Allium sect. Pseudoscorodon

Mokni, Ridha El, 2022, Allium elaounii: a new species of A. sect. Pseudoscorodon (Amaryllidaceae, Allioideae, Allieae) from Kroumirian mountains, Tunisia, Phytotaxa 533 (4), pp. 205-215 : 212

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.11646/phytotaxa.533.4.3

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6311170

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/9C3C87BA-FF96-FF8B-BAC6-29A9FA282F91

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Plazi

scientific name

Allium sect. Pseudoscorodon
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Identification key to the North African species of Allium sect. Pseudoscorodon

1. Tepals and stamen filaments white to pink or purplish ......................................................................................................................2

- Tepals and stamen filaments yellow to greenish-yellow....................................................................................................................3

2. Leaves almost totally densely hairy. Perigone cup-shaped, white to white-pink with tepals 8.0– 8.2 mm long and 3.2–3.3 mm wide ............................................................................................................................................................................ A. seirotrichum

- Leaves sparsely hairy in the sheath. Perigone cylindrical-urceolate, pink-lilac with tepals 5.0–7.0 mm long and 1.0–2.0 mm wide .................................................................................................................................................................................... A. trichocnemis

3. Tepals yellow with pale green with greenish-brownish midvein. Leaves 3-4, glabrous on the sheaths and at the base of the blade.. ........................................................................................................................................................................................... A. elaounii

- Tepals (thickened at the base) greenish-yellow with green midvein. Leaves 4, hairy on the sheaths and at the base of the blade ..... ................................................................................................................................................................................. A. valdecallosum