Lloydia serotina (L.) Rchb.
  • Fl. Germ. Excurs.: 102 (1830) 


This taxon is a synonym of Gagea serotina (L.) Ker Gawl.
Notes: Distribution: Subarctic & Subalpine Northern Hemisphere

General Description

Bulb elongate, ovoid, with a persistent membranous tunic, enclosed in remains of old leaves, with filiform stolons. Stem 5-15 (-40) cm. Basal leaves usually 2, 7-20(- 30) cm, filiform, usually exceeding the stem; cauline leaves 2-4(-5), linear to linear-lanceolate, the lower 12-25 x 1-2 mm, the upper subtending the pedicels, bract-like, shorter and wider. Pedicels 20-25 mm. Perianth-segments 9-15 mm, white with reddish or purplish veins, obtuse or rounded at the apex. Capsule globose.

Habitat

Tundra, stony slopes, rock-ledges and alpine meadows.

Distribution Map

 
  • Native distribution
Specimens
Found in
  • Africa Northern Africa Libya
  • Asia-Temperate Caucasus North Caucasus
  • Transcaucasus
  • China China North-Central
  • China South-Central
  • Inner Mongolia
  • Manchuria
  • Qinghai
  • Tibet
  • Xinjiang
  • Eastern Asia Japan
  • Korea
  • Middle Asia Kazakhstan
  • Kirgizistan
  • Tadzhikistan
  • Mongolia Mongolia
  • Russian Far East Amur
  • Kamchatka
  • Khabarovsk
  • Kuril Is.
  • Magadan
  • Primorye
  • Sakhalin
  • Siberia Altay
  • Buryatiya
  • Chita
  • Irkutsk
  • Krasnoyarsk
  • Tuva
  • West Siberia
  • Yakutskiya
  • Western Asia Afghanistan
  • Asia-Tropical Indian Subcontinent East Himalaya
  • Nepal
  • Pakistan
  • West Himalaya
  • Europe Eastern Europe North European Russia
  • Ukraine
  • Middle Europe Austria
  • Czechoslovakia
  • Germany
  • Poland
  • Switzerland
  • Northern Europe Great Britain
  • Southeastern Europe Bulgaria
  • Italy
  • Romania
  • Yugoslavia
  • Southwestern Europe France
  • Northern America Northwestern U.S.A. Colorado
  • Idaho
  • Montana
  • Oregon
  • Washington
  • Wyoming
  • South-Central U.S.A. New Mexico
  • Southwestern U.S.A. Nevada
  • Utah
  • Subarctic America Alaska
  • Northwest Territories
  • Yukon
  • Western Canada British Columbia

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  • 21Heywood, V.H. Lloydia Salisb.ex Reichenb. Flora Europaea 5, 25-26 (1980).

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