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*  Cistus ladanifer - Wikipedia
C. ladanifer is placed within the C. salvifolius group within white and whitish pink flowered clade of Cistus species. The wide ... Cistus ladanifer is a species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. It is native to the western Mediterranean region. ... Temporal and spatial patterns of seed dispersal in two Cistus species (Cistaceae). Annals of Botany 89:427-434. "Cistus ... The flowers are 5-8 cm diameter, with 5 papery white petals, usually with a red to maroon spot at the base, surrounding the ...
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*  Cistus munbyi - Wikipedia
... munbyi in a clade with Cistus clusii within the larger white and whitish pink clade of Cistus species, sister to all the ... remaining white and whitish pink flowered species. Cistus munbyi is native to western north Africa, occurring at elevations of ... Cistus munbyi is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with white flowers. Related to and resembling ... It has white flowers. C. munbyi resembles C. clusii, but the flower-bearing branches are longer and the flower stalks ( ...
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*  Cistus clusii - Wikipedia
... clusii in a clade with Cistus munbyi in the white and whitish pink clade of Cistus species, sister to all the remaining white ... Cistus clusii is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with white flowers, native to south west and ... and whitish pink flowered species. Cistus clusii is native to north Africa and the west and central Mediterranean region: ... The flower stalks (peduncles and pedicels) and the sepals are covered with long white hairs. The style is short. Cistus clusii ...
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*  Cistus - Wikipedia
... in the case of Cistus parviflorus, pale pink flowers (the "white or whitish pink clade" or WWPC). Although the flower colour of ... in which subtaxa of some species do not always cluster together. Within the white and whitish pink clade (WWPC), there is weak ... The first clade consists of those with purple and pink flowers (the "purple pink clade" or PPC). The second clade consists of ... small pink flowers 'Paladin' - large white flowers, dark green leaves 'Snow Fire' agm Cistus × dansereaui Cistus × hybridus ...
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*  Cistus albidus - Wikipedia
... albidus as the sister to Cistus creticus in the purple and pink flowered clade of Cistus species. C. creticus is found largely ... They have three prominent veins and are densely covered with short hairs, producing a greyish-white appearance. The flowers are ... "whitish", referring to the leaves and shoots. A 2011 molecular phylogenetic study placed C. ... Cistus albidus, the grey-leaved cistus, is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with pink to purple ...
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*  Cistus libanotis - Wikipedia
A 2011 molecular phylogenetic study placed C. libanotis in the white and whitish pink clade of Cistus species. No strong ... Cistus libanotis is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with white flowers. It has been confused with ... Cistus libanotis was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1759. A different but similar species, Cistus clusii, has regularly ... The flowers are arranged in cymes or whorls, the top group forming an umbel of three or four flowers. Each flower has three ...
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*  Cistus inflatus - Wikipedia
... inflatus in the white and whitish pink clade of Cistus species. No particularly close relationship to any other species in the ... often known as Cistus psilosepalus, although this name is a synonym of the hybrid Cistus × laxus. It has white flowers. Cistus ... The flowers are arranged in cymes with one to five individual flowers, each 4-6 cm (1.6-2.4 in) across with five white petals ... Cistus inflatus is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, ...
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