RMRS-RN-11WWW: Hosts and Geographic Distribution of Arceuthobium oxycedr


Table 11 -- Collection sites for Arceuthobium oxycedri in Russia and other former Soviet Republics.
Note: actual spelling available for linked word.

Country

Present name

Name cited

Featurea

Referenceb

Ukraine

Crimea

Crimea

PS

31, 35, 36, 44, 70, 72

Gurzuf

Gursuf, Gurzivsk

H

44, FR

Massandra

Massandra

H

HAL

Nikitsky Botanical Gardens (8 km E of Yalta)

Nikitsk Gardens

G

44

Sudak

Sudak

H

31, FR, M

Yalta

Yalta, Jalta, District Jaltensis

H, PS

31, M

Russia

Anapac

H

72

Avarsky Koisu (Dagestan)

R

72

Novorossiysk

H

72

North Ossetia

PS

40

Tamanskij zaliv (Tamanskii Bay)

B

72

Georgia

Borzhomi (Borjomi, Borjom)

H

72

Marykh (Marukh) Pass (on Russia/Georgia frontier)

MP

72

T'blisi

Tiflis

H

70

Armenia

Idjevanc

FP

67

Erevan

FP

67

Zangezur

FP

67

Azerbaijan

Altyagacc

Ansheron, near Altyagach

H

26

Artvarshenc

Vartaschenski District

H

26

Chaltanc

Kubinsky Region, near Khaltan

H

25

Gäncä (Gyanja, Gonja)c

Elizavetpolskii Creek

H

72

Turkmenistan

Kopetag Mountainsc

MR

54

Uzbekistan

near city of Kokand

PS

72

Pamir Alai

MR

17

Samarkand

Province Samarkand

PS, H

17, 31

Syr-Day Inskyc

H

17

Tashkentd

H

17

Zaaminc

H,R

17

Zervashanski Range

Alpes Sarawschen

MR

31

Kyrgyzstan

Kirgiskty Krebet, Kirgizc Range

MR

54

Lyailyak

R

54

Tian Shanc

MR

54

Tajikistan

Duckdon

Duckdon

MR

54

Iskanderkulc

Ipsander Kul

L

31, 54, 72

Turkestanski Range

Turkestanski Range, Kusavli Canyon

MR

54, FPF

Pamir Alic

MR

54

a Type of feature is designated as C for canyon, FP for floristic province, PS for political subdivision, H for human settlement (city, town, village), G for garden, PL for plateau, L for Lake, MR for mountain range, MP for mountain pass, R for river.

b See References and Methods.

c Translated from Cryllic.

d Possible location.


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Title: RMRS-RN-11WWW: Table 11
Electronic Publish Date: September 2001
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August 20, 2008