CRATAEGUS GENUS: PRESERVED PLANTS

Authors

  • VASILE DIANA
  • ENESCU RALUCA
  • DINCĂ MARIA

Abstract

Crataegus Genus is a complex group of small trees with more than 1000 species being native to northern temperate zones. The Herbarium hosts 200 plates that contain 30 Crataegus Genus species. Most plates belong to C. monogyna, C. pentagyna and C. oxyacantha. The majority of Crataegus species were gathered between the years 1934 and 1943. A large number of plates are signed by Al. Beldie, S. Paşcovski, Al. Borza, C.C.Georgescu and were gathered from Texas, Pensylvania (USA), and from Romania (Bucharest, Argeş). The herbarium offers a unique perspective for the Crataegus genus species in regard to their location-temporal dynamic

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Published

2021-12-27

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Working Group 3: Fundamentally Disciplines and Environment and Plant Management