Herbarium specimen: Erigeron philadelphicus
|Taxon:||Asteraceae: Erigeron philadelphicus L. ("Robin's-plantain")|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Asteraceae: Erigeron L.|
|Collected by:||H Beesley|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC60 West Lancashire, River Brock, SD53, Banks of the R Brock, tributary of R Wyre, 5 miles from Bleasdale Bells, N Lancs [above grid ref very approx]|
|ex herb:||Mr Allan Octavian Hume|
|Institution:||South London Botanical Institute (SLBI)|
|notes:||The original identification 'E caucasicus Steph'had been queried (Feb 2013)by Eric Greenwood,BSBI recorder|
for W.Lancs (VC 60). The specimen has now been redetermined as E.philadelphicus L.,a North American species(re-examination of specimen at SLBI by John Hewitt,Feb 2013, and image seen by Dr Geoffrey Halliday).
|Filing note:||Erigeron sp.|
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Documented by oldnick on 20th November 2012.