IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Range Description

Galium uliginosum is a European species. Its distribution covers northern and central Europe east to Mongolia and possibly into China. In North Africa it has a doubtful presence in Morocco (Tanger). In the Mediterranean region it is found in Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Turkey, and probably in Morocco. Its extent of occurrence exceeds 3,000,000 km2, with numerous locations. It is known five locations in Turkey: Kars: 7 km from Sarıkamış to Karaurgan, 2,200 m (Davis1965-1985); Artvin: Fıstıklı village, 760 m (Eminağaoğlu 2003); Artvin: Meşeli yaylası, 2,050 m (Eminağaoğlu 2004); Artvin: Borçka, Düzenli, Verketil, 2,050 m (Eminağaoğlu et al. 2008); Bolu: Abant Dağları ( 40º 04´ N, 31º 12´ E) (Özhatay et al. 2005).

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