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Fam.: Caryophyllaceae / Campion Fam.      

Genus:  Dianthus  L.
 

Authors:
   WULFEN:  Franz Xaver Freiherr von Wulfen (1728 - 1805), jesuit and naturalist in the Austrian-Ungarian dual monarchy
   TEN.:  Michele Tenore (1780 - 1861), Italian botanist at Naples
   GREUTER:  Werner Rodolfo Greuter (1938 - ), Swiss botanist
   BURDET:  Hervé Maurice Burdet (1939 - ), Swiss botanist
   L.:  Carl von Linné (Linnaeus, 1707 - 1777), Swedish naturalist who introduced the binary naming system for plants and animals
 

Etymology:
   Dianthus:   dios = Zeus, anthos = blossom
   sylvestris:   growing in wood
   longicaulis:   long-stemmed
 

Dianthus sylvestris subsp. longicaulis originates from the Western Mediterranean.

 

Dianthus sylvestris subsp. longicaulis / Long-Stem Wood Pink, D Bruchsal 8.6.2013
Fig. 1:  Dianthus sylvestris subsp. longicaulis / Long-Stem Wood Pink (cultiv.)
D Bruchsal 8.6.2013
Dianthus sylvestris subsp. longicaulis / Long-Stem Wood Pink, D Bruchsal 8.6.2013
Fig. 2:  Dianthus sylvestris subsp. longicaulis / Long-Stem Wood Pink (cultiv.)
D Bruchsal 8.6.2013
Dianthus sylvestris subsp. longicaulis / Long-Stem Wood Pink, D Bruchsal 8.6.2013
Fig. 3:  Dianthus sylvestris subsp. longicaulis / Long-Stem Wood Pink (cultiv.)
D Bruchsal 8.6.2013

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