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Herbarium specimen: Potentilla anglica

Taxon:? Rosaceae: Potentilla anglica Laichard. ("Trailing Tormentil")
named by N Dadds 17/2/2006
Other name:Potentilla x nemoralis Nestl., nom. illegit.
Collected by:Keith Murray (Helen Margaret Oliphant )
Collection date:6/1840
Locality:Great Britain, VC88 Mid Perthshire, Ochtertyre, NN8323
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.2005.27.2437
notes:specimen with one flower with 4 petals, carpels may be
insufficiently mature to assess fertility; of the 7 leaves where
leaflets can be counted 3 are 5-nate, 2 are 4-nate and 2 are
ternate; longest petiole 2.3 cm, most <2cm; stipules both entire
and toothed (usually one big tooth); partly printed label with
'Societas Botanica Edinensis', 2005.27.2437-2438 together

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