Herbarium specimen: Euphrasia anglica
|Taxon:||Scrophulariaceae: Euphrasia anglica Pugsley|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Scrophulariaceae: Euphrasia anglica Pugsley|
|Collected by:||Ida Mary Roper|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC42 Breconshire, Penderyn, SN90|
|ex herb:||Ida Mary Roper|
Mr Job Edward Lousley
Botanical Exchange Club of The British Isles
|Institution:||South London Botanical Institute (SLBI)|
|notes:||In mowing grass Pendery (sic) Co Brecon August 17 th 1927 I M Roper " Yes E.Rostkoviana, but very variable. (a)Some spikes very robust, with densely imbicated bracts, showing relatively few glandular hairs but stems abundantly clothed with these; (b)others with very slender spikes showing long internodes and no imbrication. These examples are less glandular than (a)" Pearsall. " Yes Rostkoviana" Drabble. E montana abnormal Tete Kingsley 10 May 1932|
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Documented by snowbunting on 13th March 2013.