Hesperis

Cladus: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Magnoliophyta
Classis: Magnoliopsida
Ordo: Brassicales
Familia: Brassicaceae
Genus: Hesperis
Species: (55-60 spp.) H. anatolica - H. armena - H. aspera - H. balansae - H. bicuspidata - H. bottae - H. buschiana - H. dinarica - H. kitiana - H. kotschyana - H. kuerschneri - H. laciniata - H. matronalis - H. nivea - H. ozcelikii - H. pendula - H. persica - H. pisidica - H. podocarpa - H. rupestris - H. scabrida - H. schischkinii - H. sibirica - H. steveniana - H. theophrasti - H. transcaucasica - H. tristris - H. trullata - H. turkmendagensis - H. varolii

Name

Hesperis L., 1753.

Synonyms

* Antoniana Bubani, Fl. Pyrenaea 3: 170. 1901, nom. illeg. non Tussac (1818).


References

* Farr, E. R. & Zijlstra, G. eds. (1996-) Index Nominum Genericorum (Plantarum). 2010 May 23 [1].
* Linnaeus, C. 1753. Species Plantarum 663.

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Hesperis is a genus of flowering plants in the mustard family. Most are native to Eurasia, with several endemic to Turkey. Many plants of this genus bear showy, fragrant flowers in shades of purple and white. One of the more widely known species is the common garden flower Dame's Rocket (H. matronalis).

Species include:[1][2][3]

* Hesperis anatolica
* Hesperis armena
* Hesperis aspera
* Hesperis balansae
* Hesperis bicuspidata
* Hesperis bottae
* Hesperis dinarica
* Hesperis kitiana
* Hesperis kotschyana
* Hesperis laciniata
* Hesperis matronalis
* Hesperis pendula
* Hesperis persica
* Hesperis pisidica
* Hesperis podocarpa
* Hesperis rupestris
* Hesperis scabrida
* Hesperis schischkinii
* Hesperis sibirica
* Hesperis trullata
* Hesperis turkmendagensis
* Hesperis varolii

External links

* Jepson Manual Treatment

References

1. ^ Duran, A., et al. (2008). Chromosome numbers in the (sic) some taxa of Hesperis L. (Brassicaceae) from Turkey. Intl J Nat Eng Sci 2:1 53-56.
2. ^ GRIN Species List
3. ^ Turkish Plants Species List

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