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- species of Acantholimon include: Acantholimon albertii Acantholimon avenaceum Acantholimon gabrieljaniae Acantholimon glumaceum Acantholimon goeksuni****...
- Acantholimon vedi****, the Vedian prickly thrift, is a species of leadwort that is endemic to central Armenia, and is only found in the Yerevan floristic...
- Acantholimon koeycegizi****, is a species of plant belonging to the family Plumbaginaceae. It is only found in coastal regions of southwestern Anatolia...
- Acantholimon gabrieljaniae, or Gabrielyan's prickly thrift, is a species of leadwort that is endemic to Armenia. It is found only in the Sevan floristic...
- Acantholimon goeksuni**** is a species of plant belonging to the family Plumbaginaceae. It is only found on calcareous steppes in southeastern Anatolia...
- Dahlgren system had segregated some of these plants as family Limoniaceae. Acantholimon Aegialitis Afrolimon Armeria, the thrifts or seapinks Bamiana Bukiniczia...
- the Sertavul P**** in southern Turkey. The larvae feed on the roots of Acantholimon species. Checklist of the Sesiidae of the World GARREVOET, THEO; GARREVOET...
- It is found in north-eastern Turkey. The larvae feed on the roots of Acantholimon species. Checklist of the Sesiidae of the World A Contribution to the...
- Kopet-Dagh and Iran (the Alborz and Zagros Mountains). The larvae feed on Acantholimon species. Turanana at Markku Savela's Lepidoptera and Some Other Life...
- Acantholimon karamani**** is a species of flowering plant. It grows on calcareous mountain slopes in Ermenek. Akaydin, Galip; DOGANb, MUSA (2002). "A new...
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