Herbarium specimen: Tragopogon pratensis
|Taxon:||Asteraceae: Tragopogon pratensis L. ("Goat's-beard")|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Asteraceae: Tragopogon pratensis L. ("Goat's-beard")|
|Collected by:||Mr Job Edward Lousley|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC18 South Essex, High Ongar, TL50, Roadside|
|ex herb:||Mr Job Edward Lousley|
|Institution:||South London Botanical Institute (SLBI)|
|notes:||[printed] A condition in which the florets appear to have grown out into capitula. I can find no trace of galls, but fancy that a fungus is responsible for the monstrosity. - JE Lousley [continues; wrtten by IM Roper 1930]|
Other specimens with similar collection dates, collectors or localities.
|+||Tragopogon pratensis||GB, VC18 South Essex, High Ongar||Job Edward Lousley||27/7/1930||SLBI|
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Documented by xmhcman on 23rd January 2013.