Amberboa is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family, described as a genus in 1832.[1][2]

The genus is native to central and southwestern Asia.[3][4]

  1. Amberboa amberboi (L.) Tzvelev - Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Armenia
  2. Amberboa bucharica Iljin - Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Iran
  3. Amberboa glauca (Puschk. ex Willd.) Muss.Puschk. ex Grossh. - Caucasus, Iran, Turkey
  4. Amberboa moschata (L.) DC. - Caucasus, Turkey, Iran, Iraq
  5. Amberboa nana (Boiss.) Iljin - Altai, Caucasus, Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Kazakhstan
  6. Amberboa odorata (Cass.) DC.
  7. Amberboa ramosa (Roxb.) Jafri - India, Pakistan, Afghanistan
  8. Amberboa sosnovskyi Iljin - Caucasus, Iran
  9. Amberboa turanica Iljin - Russia, Caucasus, Iran, Central Asia, Xinjiang, Pakistan, Afghanistan


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