About the distribution of the rare species Allium obliguum L. (Alliaceae) in the Tomskaya oblast

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Information about a new location of Allium obliquum L. (Alliaceae Borkh.) in Tomskaya oblast is given. Allium obliquum is a rare relic species with Eurasian disjunctive geographic range. In the "Red Book of the Tomskaya oblast", it has the status of rarity '0 (probably extinct)'. In 2016, it was found on the upland meadow near the Yar village of the Tomsk district. Coordinates of the location are: N 5606'48, E 8459'03".

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?????????, ?.?., & ???????, ?.?. (2016). About the distribution of the rare species Allium obliguum L. (Alliaceae) in the Tomskaya oblast. Systematic Notes on the Materials of P.N. Krylov Herbarium of Tomsk State University, (114), 11-15. Retrieved from http://sn.herbarium.tsu.ru/index.php/SN_Herbarium/article/view/52
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