Sedum stefco Stef.
PROTECTED species in Bulgaria.
The species is listed in the Red Data Book of the Republic of Bulgaria to the category "Vulnerable" [Svetlana Bancheva, 2015 in: Red Data Book of the Republic of Bulgaria].
Perennial, rhizomatous plant. Stems in lax tufts, with 1–3 basal, leafy, sterile non-flowering shoots; flowering stems glabrous, 6–7 cm high. Leaves 4–5 mm long, purple red, cylindrical, acuminate. Flowers 9–15, with 2–2.5 mm long pedicels, gathered in a semicymoid inflorescence; perianth 4-lobed. Petals 4–5 mm long, 3–4 times as long as the calyx, light pink, acute. Stamens 8, dark purple. Follicles 4, narrow, patent, brown. Fl. V–VI, fr. VI–VII. Reproduction mainly by vegetative means [Svetlana Bancheva, 2015 in: Red Data Book of the Republic of Bulgaria].
Danubian Plain (Kovachitsa village, Montana region), Forebalkan (western – Belogradchishki Skali), Balkan Range (Western, Central), Rila Mts (at the Kostenets waterfall and Orlovata Skala locality near Borovets), Rhodopi Mts; up to 1300 m alt. [Bancheva, 2015].
Balkan Peninsula (Bulgaria, N Greece, R Macedonia, Serbia) [Bancheva, 2015].
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