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Giorgos Korakis

Malus trilobata (Poir.) C.K. Schneid.

Malus trilobata is one of the rarest trees of the Greek flora. It is an east Mediterranean element with constricted and disjunct populations in Israel, Lebanon, Syria and Asia Minor. In Europe, it extends only in the extreme NE Greece, in Evros prefecture, between the villages of Dadia and Makri.