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Torilis leptophylla (L.) Reichb. f. in Icon. Fl. Germ. 21: 169, t. 2010. 1866. Hiroe, l.c. 36; Cannon, l.c.

  • Caucalis leptophylla Linn.

    Plants up to 60 cm tall, hispid. Leaves bipinnate; segments linear. Peduncles 2-4 cm long, stout. Umbels usually lateral. Involucral bracts lacking. Rays 2-5, unequal, 2-4 cm long. Involucel of linear bractlets. Calyx teeth acuminate. Fruit oval to ovoid, 4 mm long, bristly; bristles subglochidiate, shining; stigma subsessile.

    Type: Described from Southern France.

    Distribution: Europe, Africa, Central and Southern Asia, introduced in USA.

    A very common species found in the plains and the lower hills.


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