LATEINISCHER NAMEHladnikia pastinacifolia
AUTORRchb.
SLOVENIAN NAMENrebrinčevolistna hladnikija
DEUTSCHEN NAMEN
GATTUNGHladnikia
FAMILIE (LATEIN)Apiaceae
FAMILIE (SLOVENIAN)kobulnice
ORDNUNG
KLASSE
STAMM
REICH
BLÜEZEITmai - juli
PRÄVALENZTrnovski gozd (Slovenija)
ROTE LISTE
CITES
PFLANZEN WACHSEN IN (label) GARTEN TEIL
map
PFLANZEN BILD
Hladnikia pastinacifolia
Hladnikia pastinacifolia

Hladnikia (Hladnikia pastinacifolia) is a so called paleoendemic, an endemic species living in Slovenia mainly as a relict of Tertiary flora (the plants that existed in the Tertiary period, an early division of the Cenozoic Era). Hladnikia is Slovenia's only generic endemic. It belongs to the umbel family, which includes several well known edible plants such as carrots, parsley, lovage and celery. The colour and shine of hladnikia's lustrous leaves are slightly reminiscent of celery, but hladnikia is far more delicate, its leaf stems being shorter and foliage thicker. It grows naturally in a very limited area of the Trnovski gozd plateau. Its name was coined by the German botanist Ludwig Reichenbach in honour of Franc Hladnik, the founder of the Ljubljana Botanic Garden.
Text: J. Bavcon
SCHAUEN SIE AUCH:
Bupleurum petraeum
Anethum graveolens
Laserpitium latifolium
Cleistocactus smaragdiflorus
Dipsacus strigosus
Carex flava
 

[ERSTE SEITE] [ZURÜCK] DIE LISTE DER PFLANZEN [WEITER] [LETZTE SEITE]
LISTE DER PFLANZEN NACH GATTUNGEN | LISTE DER PFLANZEN VON DER FAMILIE
SUCHE PFLANZEN
Zadnja sprememba: Freitag 13. September 2019, 18:10.
© 2019 BOTANIC GARDENS LJUBLJANA