Herbarium specimen: Galium pumilum
|Taxon:||Galium pumilum Murray ("Slender Bedstraw")|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Galium pumilum Murray ("Slender Bedstraw")|
|Collected by:||Rev. Harry Joseph Riddelsdell|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC41 Glamorganshire, Morlais Castle, SO00, mountain limestone|
|ex herb:||Rev. Harry Joseph Riddelsdell|
Rev William Hunt Painter
Botanical Exchange Club of The British Isles
|Institution:||Aberystwyth University Herbarium (ABS)|
|notes:||from typed label|
Galium sylvestre, Poll. Mountain limestone, Morlais Castle,
Glamorgan, June 1904. A new county record. Type or var.
nitidulum ? -- H.J.RIDDELSDELL. "Type" -- E.F.LINTON.
"The older name appears to be G. umbellatum, Lam., as given
in the last edit of Babington's Manual. This plant is the var.
pubescens, Schrad.(under G.sylvestre), but less diffuse than usual"
Inferred details are marked.
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Documented by lowfatspread on 4th May 2008.