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Stoyan Stoyanov

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Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Acad. G. Bonchev St, Bl. 23
1113 Sofia, Bulgaria

E-mail: tjankata@abv.bg
Tel.: 02 9792159
088 9460560

Research interests

Plant taxonomy, Apiaceae (Bupleurum, Seseli), conservation.

Publications

Stoyanov, S. 1998. Polygala sibirica L.: a new species for the Bulgarian flora. – Phytologia Balcanica 4(3): 51–52.

Stoyanov, S. 2004. A new perennial Bupleurum species for the Bulgarian flora. – Phytologia Balcanica 10(2-3): 187–190.

Stoyanov, S. 2005. The vascular flora of the catchment basin of the river Roussenski Lom in the beginning of the 21st century. – Flora Mediterranea 15: 351–383.

Peev, D., Stoyanov, S., Delcheva, M. & Valyovska, N. 2009. The pink flowering Crepis rubra (Asteraceae) – new for the Bulgarian flora. – Phytologia Balcanica 15(1): 59–62.

Stoyanov, S. & Goranova, V. 2009. Notes on some critical Bupleurum species from sect. Aristata in Bulgaria. – In: Ivanova, D. (ed.), Plant, fungal and habitat diversity investigation and conservation. Proceedings of IV Balkan Botanical Congress, Sofia, 20–26 June 2006. Pp. 177–181. Institute of Botany, Sofia.

Bancheva, S. & Stoyanov, S. 2009. A new species of Cyanus (Asteraceae, Centaureinae) from Southeastern Bulgaria. – Novon 19(4): 421–425.
https://doi.org/10.3417/2008007

Apostolova-Stoyanova, N. & Stoyanov, S. 2009. Systematical and phytogeographical analysis of the flora on Mt Golo Bardo. – Phytologia Balcanica 15(3): 401–430.

Stoyanov, S. 2010. A new annual Bupleurum (Apiaceae) species from Northeastern Bulgaria and Romanian Dobrogea. – Phytologia Balcanica 16(1): 65–74.

Stoyanov, S. & Vassilev, K. 2011. Plantago sempervirens (Plantaginaceae): a dwarf shrub new for the Bulgarian flora. – Phytologia Balcanica 17(1): 45–51.

Stoyanov, S. 2014. Genista tetragona (Fabaceae), a neglected species in the Bulgarian flora. – Phytologia Balcanica 20(2-3): 159–170.

Stoyanov, S., Vladimirov, V. & Milanova, S. 2014. Ambrosia trifida (Asteraceae), a new non-native species for the Bulgarian flora. – Comptes Rendus de l'Académie Bulgare des Sciences 67(12): 1653–1656.

Stoyanov, S. & Vladimirov, V. 2015. Lepidium virginicum (Brassicaceae) – a new non-native species to the Bulgarian flora. – Comptes Rendus de l'Académie Bulgare des Sciences 68(6): 725–728.

Ostroumova, T. & Stoyanov, S. 2016. Peucedanum obtusifolium (Apiaceae), a new record for the Bulgarian flora. – Phytologia Balcanica 22(1): 69–72.

Stoyanov, S. 2016. Reinstatement of Centaurea cyanomorpha (Asteraceae), an endemic species from Southeastern Bulgaria. – Phytotaxa 268(1): 46–56.
http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.268.1.3

Stoyanov, S. 2017. Centaurea angelesсui (Asteraceae), a new species for Bulgarian flora. – Comptes Rendus de l’Académie Bulgare des Sciences 70(7): 973–980.

Marinov, Y. & Stoyanov, S. 2017. Reappraisal of Campanula rotundifolia var. bulgarica Nejceff—a neglected taxon from Central Stara Planina Mountain, Bulgaria. – Phytotaxa 329(1): 69–79.
https://doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.329.1.4

Petrova, A. S. & Stoyanov, S. 2017. Trinia multicaulis (Apiaceae) – a new Pontic element to the Bulgarian flora. – Comptes Rendus de l’Académie Bulgare des Sciences 70(12): 1671–1680.

Stoyanov, S. & Barzov, Zh. 2018. Cyperus eragrostis – an addition to the Bulgarian alien flora. – Phytologia Balcanica 24(2): 239–242.

Stoyanov, S. 2018. Taxonomic redefinition of Bupleurum pauciradiatum and B. wolffianum (Apiaceae). – Phytotaxa 365(2): 130–144.
https://doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.365.2.2

Stoyanov, S. 2019. Contribution to the taxonomy and distribution of Bupleurum boissieri, B. aequiradiatum and B. gerardi (Apiaceae) in the Balkans. – Phytotaxa 392(3): 197–216.
https://doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.392.3.3

Marinov, Y. & Stoyanov, S. 2019. First record of Dorycnium haussknechtii (Fabaceae) for the Balkans. – Phytologia Balcanica 25(1): 63–68.

Stoyanov, S. & Barzov, Zh. 2020. Papaver nigrotinctum: first records for the flora of Bulgaria and Republic of North Macedonia. – Phytologia Balcanica 26(1): 35–42.

Stoyanov, S. & Marinov, Y. 2020. Thymus jalasianus (Lamiaceae), a new species from the serpentine area of the Eastern Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria. – Annales Botanici Fennici 57(1–3): 163–172.
https://doi.org/10.5735/085.057.0122

Stoyanov, S. & Marinov, Y. (in press). Thymus aznavourii (Lamiaceae): first records for Bulgarian and Greek flora. – Comptes Rendus de l’Académie Bulgare des Sciences.

Summary of the major contribution for the Bulgarian Flora

Rediscovered species
1. Centaurea amplifolia Boiss. & Heldr. – 2005, unpublished, Golyam Dervent village, Elhovo district, Derventski Vazvisheniya Hills; later recognized as a new species for the science;
2. Astragalus physocalyx Fisch. – 2006, Kulata village, Petrich district, Kartaletsa Hill;
3. Erodium absinthoides Willd. – 2011, Kozya Glava locality, Luchishte locality and Bakalska hamlet, Logodazh village, Blagoevgrad district, Vlahina Mountain;
4. Centaurea kamciensis Kočev & S.P. Gančev – 2012, Asparuhovo village, Dalgopol district, Chudnite Skali rock formation;

Reinstated species
1. Centaurea cyanomorpha Stef. & T. Georgiev ≡ Cyanus cyanomorphus (Stef. & T. Georgiev) Stoyanov, comb. nov. (Cyanus diospolitanus Bancheva & Stoyanov, syn. nov.) – 2016, Kara Bair locality and Mramor village, Topolovgrad district, Sakar Mountain; Sveti Iliyski Hills; Manastirski Hills; Lesovo, Malko Kirilovo and Chernozem villages, Elhovo district, Derventski Hills.
2. Campanula nejceffii (Hayek) Marinov & Stoyanov, stat. nov. (C. rotundifolia var. bulgarica Nejceff, C. rotundifolia subsp. euxina f. nejceffii Hayek) – 2017, Chatal Cham locality, Sokolna Reserve, Triglav massif, Central Stara Planina Mountains;

New non-native species for the Bulgarian Flora
1. Ambrosia trifida L. – 2014, crop fields and railway tracks, Dalgopol town and Sava village, Varna district;
2. Lepidium virginicum L. – 2015, Razpredelitelna railway station, Ruse town;
3. Cyperus eragrostis Lam. – 2018, roadside ditches between Tsarevo town and Brodilovo village; near Brodilovo, along the rivers of Elenitsa and Veleka, Strandzha Mountain;

New species for the Bulgarian Flora
1. Polygala sibirica L. – 1998, Koshov village, Ruse district, valley of Cherni Lom river;
2. Bupleurum ranunculoides L. – 2004, Belcheva Skala summit, Vitosha Mountain;
3. Crepis rubra L. – 2009, Gorni Glavanak village, Madzharovo district, Eastern Rhodope Mountains;
4. Plantago sempervirens Crantz – 2011, Vukovo village, Boboshevo district, valley of Struma river;
5. Genista tetragona Besser – 2014, between the Garchinovo village, Targovishte district and Katselovo village, Ruse district, valley of Cherni Lom river; between the villages Pepelina, Tabachka, Cherven, and Koshov, Ruse district, valley of Cherni Lom river; Kostandenets village, Razgrad district, valley of Mali Lom river;
6. Peucedanum obtusifolium Sm. – 2016, Black Sea coastal dunes from Shabla to Tsarevo;
7. Centaurea angelescui Grinţ. – 2017, Basarbovo village, Ruse district, valley of Rusenski Lom river;
8. Trinia multicaulis (Poir.) Schischk. – 2017, Kabiyushka Mogila Hill, Shumen district; Ostritsa and Katselovo villages, Ruse district, valley of Cherni Lom river; Muselievo and Dragash Voyvoda villages, Pleven district, Nikopolsko Plateau;
9. Bupleurum pauciradiatum Fenzl ex Boiss. – 2018, Kaliakra Reserve and Stepite Protected Site, Kavarna district, North Black Sea coast;
10. Bupleurum boissieri Post (B. uechtritzianum Stoyanov, syn. nov.) – 2019, Ostritsa and Katselovo villages, Ruse district, valley of Cherni Lom river; Aksakovo town, Varna district, Frangensko Plateau; Balchik town, Lyahovo and Obrochishte villages, Kaliakra Reserve, Dobrich district;
11. Dorycnium haussknechtii Boiss. – 2019, Sladun village, Kurtkaya Hill, Svilengrad district, Sakar Mountain;
12. Papaver nigrotinctum Fedde – 2020, Valley of River Struma (Struma, Novo Delchevo and Levunovo villages, Sandanski district; Kolarovo and Samuilovo villages, Petrich district; Riltsi village, Blagoevgrad district; Boboshevo town and Sovolyano vilage, Kyustendil district) and near Sliven town.
13. Thymus aznavourii Velen. – Sladun village, Kurtkaya Hill and Mihalich village, Svilengrad district, Sakar Mountain;

New species for the science
1. Thymus jalasianus Stoyanov & Marinov – 2020, hamlets Malko Zagorichane and Fetler (Fotinovo village), Dryanova Glava and Chichevo villages, Kirkovo district and Golyamo Kamenyane village, Krumovgrad district, Eastern Rhodope Mountains;

Affiliation

Department
Plant and Fungal Diversity and Resources
Division
Flora and Vegetation
Research group
autonomous

History

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