Linaria sabulosa (Czern. ex Klok.)
Common names: Engl: Toad flax; Bulg: Lulichka; Russ: L'nyanka peschanka; Ukr: L'onok pischany.
Order (Scientific): SCROPHULARIALES.
Family (Scientific): SCROPHULARIACEAE.
Taxonomic descriptions: Perrenial herb with smooth bluish stem 15-30 cm height. Stem is ascending, not complicated, slightly branched. Leaves are orbicular, ovate, sessile, almost stem-clasping, alternate, from below - fleshy, associated at a base. Flowers are yellow, 14-16 mm length.
World level: NE
Black Sea Regional level: VU
Subregion level: VU (Ukraine)
Habitats type, Critical habitats, Limiting factors: South-western Crimean peninsula (Black Sea coast). Coastal sands and cockle-shells.
Biology: Flowering and fruit-bearing VI-VIII.
Population trends: Occurs rarely.
Threats: Destruction of its habitat, anthropogenic loading.
Conservation measures taken: No special protection.
Conservation measures proposed: To create protected zones in places where it occurs.
Compiled by: S.Dyatlov, T.Vasilieva.