Amaryllis belladonna L. (Amaryllidaceae; Amaryllidoideae), first record as naturalised geophyte in Tunisia and North Africa

  • Ridha El Mokni
  • Salvatore Pasta
  • Davide Pacifico
Keywords: New records, Aliens, Bulbs, Sejnane, North Africa.

Abstract

Amaryllis belladonna L. is recorded for the first time as a naturalized non-native geophyte of the Tunisian and N-African flora. Distribution and habitat, brief morphological description, as well as taxonomic notes, are provided. Original photographs are also given.

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2020-05-29
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El MokniR., PastaS. and PacificoD. (2020) “Amaryllis belladonna L. (Amaryllidaceae; Amaryllidoideae), first record as naturalised geophyte in Tunisia and North Africa”, Hacquetia, 19(2), pp. 331–336. Available at: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/hacquetia/article/view/8552 (Accessed: 10July2020).
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