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Anthriscus nemorosa (M. Bieb.) Spreng., Umbell. Prodr. 27. 1813. Boiss., Fl. Or.l.c. 911; C.B. Clarke in Hook. f., l.c.

  • Anthriscus nemorosa var. glabriuscula Nasir
  • Chaerophyllum nemorosum M. Bieb.

    Plants 1-3 m tall. Stem stout, striated, branched. Leaves 20-40 cm long, glabrous to pubescent, bipinnate; leaflets lanceolate to oval, pinnatisect; pedunc┬Čles 3-8 cm long. Involucre of 1 or 2 linear bracts or lacking. Rays 10-15, unequal, 2-5 cm long. Involucel of 5-6 lanceolate to oval or ovate bractlets, margins entire or ciliate, veins prominent. Petals white, outer larger. Fruit lanceolate to oblong, black, I cm long, beaked, tuberculate to hispid or bristly; furrows 1-2-vittate; vittae minute.

    Type: Caucasus (LE).

    Distribution: S. Europe, Turkey, Caucasus, Iran, Central Asia, to Japan, India, W. Pakistan.

    A plant of the inner Himalayan ranges; a nitrophile.


     

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