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Herbarium specimen: Thalictrum flavum

Taxon:Ranunculaceae: Thalictrum flavum L. ("Common Meadow-rue")
Other name:Ranunculaceae: Thalictrum flavum subsp. nigricans Jacq.
det. John (Joannis) Fraser

"Seems to be T. flavum L., var. nigricans (Jacq.) with an interrupted panicle and erect-patent branches; but the carpels are too young to show their shape at maturity."

Filed in taxon folder:Ranunculaceae: Thalictrum flavum L. ("Common Meadow-rue")
Collected by:Mr Spencer Henry Bickham
Collection date:5/9/1931
Locality:Cultivated Great Britain, VC36 Herefordshire, Ledbury, SO73, "Origin, gravel soil near Llangorse, Brecon. cultivated Ledbury."
communicated:Botanical Exchange Club of The British Isles
ex herb:Mr Spencer Henry Bickham
Mr Job Edward Lousley
Institution:South London Botanical Institute (SLBI)
Image:Thalictrum flavum herbarium specimen from Ledbury, VC36 Herefordshire in 1931 by Mr Spencer Henry Bickham.

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Documented by mikedaps on 20th February 2011.

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