IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

T. minima occurs from Europe east through Siberia, the Caucasus, the Middle East, Mongolia, Pakistan and Kazakhstan to China. In Europe, it occurs mainly in the centre and south to the Mediterranean.

This species found at several locations in Turkey: Malatya: 10 km from Darende to Malatya, 970 m; Elazığ: Cip köyü dam, 1,000 m; Erzincan: near Tercan, by Karasu, 1,440 m; Erzurum: Uzundere, Tortum Gölü; Niğde: 19 km from Çamardi to Solakli, 1,300 m; Adana: Pozantı, bank of Seyhan River and Seyhan Dam Lake; Adıyaman: 20 km from Adıyaman to Gölbaşı, Göksu valley, Göksu River between Besni and Adıyaman (Davis 1965-1985, Seçmen and Leblebici 1997).

Typha minima is found at two another important wetlands: Göksu Deltası and Seyhan Deltası (Adana) (Özhatay et al. 2005).


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