IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)


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Range Description

Syringa josikea is an endemic plant of the Carpathian mountains with a disjunct distribution. There are 17 sites in the Ukraine and 17 sites in Romania. Most of the Ukrainian sites are concentrated in Latoriza, Rica, and the Uzh River basin in the trans-Carpathian region. Only one site is known in the Lviv region: near the village Klimez in the Stir River basin in the Eastern Beskid Mountains. In Romania, Syringa josikaea grows in the Bigar Mountain in Transylvania.


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