Dianthus corymbosus Sibth. et Sm.

D. corymbosus Sibth. et Sm., Fl. Graec. Prodr. I (1801) 285; Hayek, Prodr. Fl. Penins. Balc. I (1924) 225; Стоян. Ахт.,Сборн. БАН XXIX (1935) 33; D. viscidus Bory et Chaub., Nouv. Fl. Pelop., (1838), 26, t. 13. f. 1— Щитовиден карамфил

Fam:   Caryophyllaceae Juss.
Genus:   Dianthus L.
Species: Dianthus corymbosus Sibth. et Sm.
English Name: - - -


Annual to perennial plant, high 10 - 40 cm, hairy and often glandular. Stem branched from the base usually, in the upper part with dichotomous branching. The leaves at the base linear, linear lanceolate or shovel-shaped, usually fade and die during flowering; Stem leaves linear, pointed. Blossoms collected in bundles on 2 - 3 (8) or single. Scales in the calyx oval lanceolate, of ½ - ¾ of the length of the calyx, with a green tip, approximately equal in length to the width of the flakes. Calyx almost cylindrical, 10 - 17 (20) mm long and 2 - 3 mm wide, usually downy. Lamina of petals 7 - 10 mm in length, notched, with coarse hairs on its upper surface, top red, yellow bottom.

f. corymbosus; D. corymbosus f. eucorymbosus Stoj. et Acht., op. c. 34; Stoyan. Steph., Fluoro. Bul. Ed. 3 (1948) 402, pro var .; D. glutinosus Boiss. et Heldr. in Boiss., Diagn. PI. Or. Ser. 2, 1 (1853 61. Stem usually branched from the base, the top dichotomous branching. Blossoms single or two along. Scales to calyx 2 or 4. Calyx closely with pipe-line styliform clamp, 16 - 18 mm in length and 2 - 3 mm for wide. Awn a pan of flakes reach approximately the base of the a pan teeth. Lamina of petals is  yellow the bottom side. In our country (Bulgaria) does not occur.
f. grisebachii (Boiss.) Stoj. et Acht., op. c. 34; D. grisebachii Boiss., Op. c. 62; Vel., Fl. Bulg. (1891) 76; Stoyan. Steph., Op. c. ed. 1.1 (1924) 396; D. viscidus var. grisebachii Boiss., Fl. Or. I (1867) 509; D. pseudarmeria var. viscidus Griseb., Spic. Fl. Rum. Bithyn. 1 (1843) 168, D. viscidus Bory et Chaub. subsp. grisebachii (Boiss.) Nauek, op. c. 226. The blossms collected in bundles on 1 - 3 (8). Calyx 10 - 18 mm in length. A calyx flakes long, awn equal in length to the calyx or a little longer. Lamina of petals on both sides pink. Common in most of the Bulgaria except Danubian Plain.
f. tenuiflorus (Griseb.) Stoj. et Acht., op. c. 36; Dianthus tenuifloras Griseb., Op. c. 183; Hayek, op. c. 225; Stoyan. Steph., Op. c. ed. 1, I (1924) 396. Scales in the calyx approximately two times shorter than the calyx. Lamina of petals 8 -10 mm long, deep pink on both sides, rarely yellow underneath. Black Sea coast, Fore (Gabrovo), Sofia district, Vitosha district, western border mountains, Slavyanka, Pirin, Struma valley, the valley of the Mesta River, Rila, Western Rhodopes,. Average forest, Thracian Lowland, Tundzha hilly plane Strandja.

Flowering Time: Blooms: VI - VIII.

References: „Флора на НР България”, том III, БАН, София, (1067)

Distribution in Bulgaria: Through pastures, bushes, stony hills. Wide spread, from sea level up to about 1400 meters altitude (Conspectus of the Bulgarian Vascular Flora) = conspectus&gs_l= Zlc.

Distribution: Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Yugoslavia, Turkey, Balkan endemic.

Conservation status and threats: not protected species in Bulgaria by theBiodiversity Law. Законодателство на Република България: Закон за биологичното разнообразие

Medical plant: it is not medical plant -



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