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Ziziphora

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Ziziphora is a genus of annual or perennial herbs or subshrubs in the family Lamiaceae. Ziziphora has aromatic leaves; it is open and often xeric habitats in Southern and Eastern Europe, North-West Africa and Asia to the Himalayas and Altai mountains.[2]

Distribution

  • Southwestern Europe
  • Southeastern Europe
  • Eastern Europe
  • Northern Africa
  • Macaronesia
  • Siberia
  • Middle Asia
  • Caucasus
  • Western Asia
  • Arabian Peninsula
  • China
  • Mongolia
  • Indian Subcontinent[2]
  • Iran(Esfarayen)
Species[1]
  1. Ziziphora aragonensis Pau - Spain
  2. Ziziphora brantii K.Koch - Caucasus
  3. Ziziphora capitata L. - Balkans, Black Sea region, Middle East, Central Asia
  4. Ziziphora clinopodioides Lam. - Siberia, Mongolia, Xinjiang, Central Asia, Himalayas, Southwest Asia
  5. Ziziphora galinae Juz. - Turkmenistan
  6. Ziziphora hispanica L. - Spain, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia
  7. Ziziphora interrupta Juz. - Tajikistan
  8. Ziziphora pamiroalaica Juz. - Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Xingjiang
  9. Ziziphora pedicellata Pazij & Vved. - Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan
  10. Ziziphora persica Bunge - Iran, Turkey, Caucasus, Crimea, Central Asia
  11. Ziziphora puschkinii Adam - Caucasus
  12. Ziziphora raddei Juz. - Caucasus
  13. Ziziphora suffruticosa Pazij & Vved. - Uzbekistan
  14. Ziziphora taurica M.Bieb - Crimea, Turkey, Syria
  15. Ziziphora tenuior L. - Ukraine, Russia, Siberia, Central Asia, Xinjiang, Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, Middle East
  16. Ziziphora vichodceviana Tkatsch. ex Tulyag. - Kyrgyzstan
  17. Ziziphora woronowii Maleev - Caucasus

References

  1. ^ a b Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  2. ^ a b "Ziziphora L." Factsheets. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 2008. Retrieved 8 May 2014.
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Ziziphora: Brief Summary

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Ziziphora is a genus of annual or perennial herbs or subshrubs in the family Lamiaceae. Ziziphora has aromatic leaves; it is open and often xeric habitats in Southern and Eastern Europe, North-West Africa and Asia to the Himalayas and Altai mountains.

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