April 29, 2019

Privacy policy for iNat-Toolcat

Privacy Policy


Johannes Klein built the iNat-Toolcat app as a free
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The app does use third party services that may collect information used to identify you.

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Posted on April 29, 2019 13:33 by jtklein jtklein | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Crimean Crassulaceae

Excerpt from Conspectus of the Spontaneous Flora of the Crimean Peninsula
March 2013
Project: Atlas Florae Europaeae
Andriy Vasylyovych Yena:
CRASSULACEAE J. St.-Hil.
Hylotelephium triphyllum (Haw.) Holub.
Macrosepalum aetnense (Tineo) Palanov
Petrosedum reflexum (L.) Grulich
Petrosedum sediforme (Jacq.) Grulich
Sedum acre L.
Sedum album L.
Sedum caespitosum (Cav.) DC.
Sedum hispanicum L.
Sedum pallidum M.Bieb.
Sedum rubens L.
Sedum sexangulare L.
Sedum urvillei DC.
Sempervivum ruthenicum Schnittsp. et C.B.Lehm.
Tillaea aquatica L.

Excerpt from Alexey P. Seregin
Contribution to the vascular flora of the Sevastopol area (the Crimea):
a checklist and new records:
CRASSULACEAE
547. ! Sedum acre L.
548. !! S. caespitosum (Cav.) DC.* (S. rubrum (L.) Thell. non Royle ex Edgew.)
549. ! S. hispanicum L.
550. ! S. pallidum M. Bieb.
551. ! S. rubens L.*
552. ! S. sediforme (Jacq.) Pau (Petrosedum sediforme (Jacq.) Grulich)
Note. First recorded by Byalt (2001), but without specimen details.
553. ! S. urvillei DC.
Note. Holotype originated from vicinity of Sevastopol.

PRESENCE OF SPECIMENS OR PUBLISHED DATA:
!! – original collections (2001–2007)
! – other collections
FIRST RECORDS FOR THE AREA:
* – taxa recorded for the first time for the Sevastopol area or adjacent localities (specimens cited in a separate section superseded the checklist)

Excerpt from Second contribution to the vascular flora
of the Sevastopol area (the Crimea)
Alexey P. Seregin, Pavel E. Yevseyenkov, Sergey A. Svirin & Alexander V. Fateryga:
Crassulaceae
Macrosepalum aetnense (Tineo) Palanov (Sedum aetnense Tineo) – Vicinity of Balaklava,
Biller Range, 44°27’04”N, 33°38’59”E, conglomerates, loose soil on bedrock, steep W slope,
28.04.2012, S.S. [MW]. – Discovered in 2010 (S.S., #288172).
Sedum reflexum L. (Petrosedum reflexum (L.) Grulich) CN – S suburb of Sevastopol, railway
crossing on Fiolent road, 44°32’45”N, 33°31’45”E, vicinity of city cemetery, brambles on ground
road margin, escaped from cemetery and perfectly naturalized, elev. 170 m, 1.07.2012, A.S.
T-1736 [MW]; Sevastopol, W edge of Park Pobedy, 44°36’00”N, 33°27’15”E, lawn margin
(petrophyte steppe), along sidewalk, elev. 10 m, 17.07.2014, A.S. T-1893 [MW]; Balaklava, W
side of the bay near its mouth, 44°29’50”N, 33°35’45”E, exposed stone slope above monument,
elev. 10 m, 31.07.2014, A.S. T-2135 & P.Y. [MW]. – Also recorded near Inkerman (28.06.2013,
P.Y., #60551, det. A. Kovalchuk).

Posted on April 29, 2019 09:16 by jtklein jtklein | 0 comments | Leave a comment

April 17, 2019

July 13, 2018

Sedum acre vs. Sedum sexangulare

Have been asked about differentiating two of the common yellow-flowering Sedum species in Europe.

If you compare the two:
S. acre has leaves that are broadest at the base, and somewhat triangular in outline.
S. sexangulare `s leaves are more or less the same width from base to tip (or broadest above the middle).
Also, consider the latin names: acre => pungent taste (not always though).
sexangulare => sometimes you can see the leaves sticking out of the stem into six directions only, so that from above you could place a hexagon over the tip of the leaves

Posted on July 13, 2018 11:05 by jtklein jtklein | 3 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

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