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Cyclamen cilicium (Cyclamen cilicicum) is a species of flowering perennial plant growing from a tuber, native to coniferous woodland at 700–2,000 m (2,300–6,600 ft) elevation in the Taurus Mountains of southern Turkey.
Leaves are heart-shaped or oval and green, often patterned with silver. Flowers bloom in autumn (fall) and have 5 sepals and 5 upswept petals, white to rose-pink with magenta markings on the nose. They are fragrant.
Cyclamen cilicium forma album has pure-white petals.
Cyclamen intaminatum was formerly known as Cyclamen cilicium var. intaminatum.
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