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Herbarium specimen: Potentilla anglica

Taxon:? Rosaceae: Potentilla anglica Laichard. ("Trailing Tormentil")
named by N Dadds 17/2/2006
Other name:Rosaceae: Potentilla reptans L. ("Creeping Cinquefoil")
Locality:Great Britain, VC83 Midlothian, Musselburgh, NT3472
donated by:Prof John Hutton Balfour (Donation to Perth Literary and Antiquarian Society, apparently arranged by William Carmichael MacIntosh ) 1880
Institution:Perth Museum and Art Gallery (PTH)
Accession number:PTH.2005.27.2432
notes:specimen does not seem typical of P. reptans; plant fertile,
almost 100% carpels swollen, highest carpel count 18; leaves
about 70% 5-nate, rest 4-nate very rarely ternate; petioles at
maximum 3cm for lowest leaves, mostly <2cm; stipules entire or
with 1 obvious tooth; white mounting strips

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