Herbarium specimen: Tanacetum corymbosum
|Taxon:||Asteraceae: Tanacetum corymbosum (L.) Sch. Bip. ("Scentless Feverfew")|
named by Charles Bailey
|Collected by:||Mr John Edwards Griffith|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC49 Caernarvonshire, Bangor, SH57|
|Institution:||Botanical Society of the British Isles (BSBI)|
|ocrnotes:||Pyrethrum corymbosum, W. On the quay, Bangor, where it has been established eight or ten years, 20th August, 18S7.--J. E. Griffith. " I named this plant for Mr. Griffith with some hesitation, as it has a much more condensed inflorescence than the ordinary continental species. It is the stunted inflorescence, and the absence of the ray florets, which have led to its being passed over as Tanacetum vulgare. As far as I know, it has not previously been recorded amongst aliens in Britain,"-- Charles Bailey.|
|Filing note:||BEC Report 1887|
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Documented by qgroom on 3rd March 2008.