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Fritillaria reuteri

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Fritillaria reuteri is a perennial herbaceous bulbous plant, distributed in Turkey and Iran.[4][5] It is a species in the genus Fritillaria, in the family Liliaceae. It is placed in the subgenus Fritillaria.

Description

Characterised by purplish-brown flowers, tall stems, and narrow leaves. Each pedicel bears two bracts at the base.[5] Flowering May to June.[6]

Taxonomy

First described by Boissier in 1844,[1] Baker (1874), who divided Fritillaria into subgenera, placed F. reuteri in subgenus Monocodon, a subgenus later subsumed into Fritillaria.[7] Modern classifications, based on molecular phylogenetics, confirm this placement.[8]

Distribution and habitat

High mountainous areas west of Esfahan, Iran, in wet soil or running water.[5]

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Fritillaria reuteri: Brief Summary

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Fritillaria reuteri is a perennial herbaceous bulbous plant, distributed in Turkey and Iran. It is a species in the genus Fritillaria, in the family Liliaceae. It is placed in the subgenus Fritillaria.

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