Noteworthy floristic records from the steppe-like area in North Macedonia
Keywords:flora, literature data, new records, steppe-like area, North Macedonia
The steppe-like area in the central part of North Macedonia, situated mainly in the triangle between Veles, Negotino, and Štip, is among the most interesting floristic areas in the country. In this article, the authors present one or more new records of night species from this area, noteworthy for the flora of North Macedonia: Astragalus utriger (Štip - Hadži-Hamzali village), Campanula macrostachya (Štip - Penuš village, Sveti Nikole - Kišino village), Crepis vesicaria (Štip - Hadži-Hamzali village, Sveti Nikole – Stanjevci, Ćoselari, and Kadrifakovo villages), Heptaptera macedonica (Štip - Tri Češmi village), Klasea radiata (Štip - Hadži-Hamzali village), Lindernia dubia (Štip – Sofilari village, Veles – Ubogo village) (Mantisalca salmantica (Sveti Nikole – Adžibegovo), Phelipanche arenaria (Štip - Tri Češmi village), and Solanum elaeagnifolium (Štip - Suševo village). For each of these studied taxa, chorological data from literature and a map of distribution in the country are also given as well as a photo of a live or herbarium specimen.
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