Silvery crocus - Crocus biflorus subsp. adamii
Spotted on the grassy / rocky southern slopes of the hill north of Dragoman marsh.
I am quite sure this is C. biflorus adamii, but still would be glad if @WildFlower helps with the identification. In case it is correct I think it should be preferable to create a subspecies record here.
BTW, the taxonomy in the Wikipedia page of C. biflorus is incorrect placing Asparagales in Eudicots.
''Crocus biflorus'', the silvery crocus, is a species of flowering plant in the genus ''Crocus'' of the family Iridaceae, native to southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia, including Italy, the Balkans, Ukraine, Turkey, Caucasus, Iraq, and Iran. It is a cormous perennial growing to 6 cm tall and wide. It is a highly variable species, with flowers in shades of pale mauve or white, often with darker stripes on the outer tepals. The flowers appear early in spring.