Published in

Magnolia Press, Phytotaxa, 1(487), p. 75-82, 2021

DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa.487.1.6



Export citation

Search in Google Scholar

Molecular and morphological evidence of Onobrychis avanakensis, a new species from Iran

Journal article published in 2021 by Atefe Amirahmadi ORCID, Maryam Khoshsokhan-Mozaffar ORCID
Distributing this paper is prohibited by the publisher
Distributing this paper is prohibited by the publisher

Full text: Unavailable

Red circle
Preprint: archiving forbidden
Red circle
Postprint: archiving forbidden
Red circle
Published version: archiving forbidden
Data provided by SHERPA/RoMEO


Onobrychis avanakensis is described as a new species in sect. Onobrychis. The new species is restricted to the Alborz Mountains in the Qazvin province of Iran and distinguished from its closely related taxa in both morphological and molecular evidence based on nrDNA ITS sequences. O. avanakensis is well distinct from O. major and O. carduchorum by having different sizes of keel, wing and calyx. Based on the phylogenetic tree resulted from Bayesian inference, the new species is located in a separate branch. The distribution map and an illustration of the new species are provided.