Herbarium specimen: Oxytropis campestris
|Taxon:||Fabaceae: Oxytropis campestris (L.) DC. ("Yellow Oxytropis")|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Fabaceae: Oxytropis campestris (L.) DC. ("Yellow Oxytropis")|
|Collected by:||Rev. Edward Francis Linton|
Rev William Richardson Linton
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC90 Angus, Glen Fiadh,Clova [Glen Fee], NO27, Glen Fiadh|
|ex herb:||Rev William Richardson Linton|
Rev William Hunt Painter
|exchanged:||Watson Botanical Exchange Club|
|Institution:||Aberystwyth University Herbarium (ABS)|
|notes:||The Lintons comment that it is " in very fair quantity both on the rocks and on slopes of debris;pretty safe from extirpation, as so many strong tufts of this deep-rooting plant are inaccessible to men and deer.|
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Documented by john hughes on 20th February 2009.
Checked by mossysal