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TWO NEW SPECIES FROM ROSACEAE AND BORAGINACEAE IN IRAN
Khatamsaz, M. 2000 08 01: Two new species from Rosaceae and Boraginaceae in Iran.-Iran. Journ. Bot. 8 (2): 181-186. Tehran. Two new species of Rosaceae and Boraginaceae are described. Crataegus zagrica from SW. Iran and Heliotropium esfahanicum from central Iran. C. zagrica differs from all species of the genus Crataegus in Iran by having deciduous sepals in fruits and H. esfahanicum differs from H. samoliflorum by having hairs which located in the middle of the corolla lobes, subulate hooked intercalary lobes and hairy nutlets.fatcat:d4zrcnw5bbcxhcjlgnbdl2ajiq