IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

Lysimachia punctata is described from Holland. It is distributed in west, central and south Europe and Turkey. It has been introduced in North America.

It is found at these locations in Turkey: Kırklareli: Istranca Mountain, Demirköy to İğneada; İstanbul: Büyükdere; İstanbul: Alemdağ; Balikesir: Kaz Mountain; İzmir: Ödemiş, Bozdağ village, Mermeroluk, 1,200 m; Manisa: Salihli; lsparta: Eğridir (Davis 1965-1985); Kırklareli: around Geçitagzı Village, open area in the Fagus forest, streamside (Yarcı 1999); Afyon: Sincanlı, Çobanözü village, around Tahtalõk stream, clearings of Pinus nigra forest, dry pool beds, 1,600 m (Kargıoğlu 2003).


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