Viola

Thomas Lammers lammers at VAXA.CIS.UWOSH.EDU
Mon Dec 15 07:24:10 CST 2003


I am no specialist in Violaceae, but that doesn't look right for Viola
pedata.  I think V. palmata L. (circumscribed to include things like V.
pedatifida, V. brittoniana, V. septemloba, V. viarum, etc.) is more likely.

At 01:59 PM 12/15/03 +0100, Karel =?iso-8859-2?Q?Sutor=FD?= wrote:
>Dear taxacomers, botanists,
>I try to determine the probably American Viola species (see it on the
>picture http://kasandra.mzm.cz/~skubesova/Viola.jpg). It should
>be V. pedata according to Russell's publication (Violets of Central and
>Eastern United States...) published inSida 1965. Nevertheless I look
>for  specialist in this genus (N.H.Russell?) or any useful opinion. It
>was found in the Czech Republic as an escaped species. Many thanks.
>Karel Sutory, Moravian Museum, Brno, Czech Republic

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