IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

This species is found around the Black Sea in Asiatic Turkey, Romania, Moldova, the Ukraine and the Russian Federation. One of the main sites is in the Crimean mountains, from Balaclava to Koktebel. In lowland Ukraine, it is found at only one locality in Cholodnij Jar in the Cherkasy region. There is one locality in Moldova and two localities in Romania. In Moldova, Galanthus plicatus grows near the village of Capadia in Cahul county; in Romania, it grows near the village Babadey in the Tulcea region in Dobrogea and near Babadag. In the Russian Federation, three localities of Galanthus plicatus have been discovered in the Novorosijsk region, northwestern Caucasus. In Turkey this species is mostly confined to the northwest part of Turkey (in Asia).


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