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Herbarium specimen: Mentha arvensis

Taxon:Lamiaceae: Mentha arvensis L. ("Corn Mint")
confirmed by J Fraser

Correctly named. These larges specimens are sometimes mistaken for M. sativa, but the short calyx teeth determine M. arvensis. The thinly hairy state is due to ample moisture

Filed in taxon folder:Lamiaceae: Mentha arvensis L. ("Corn Mint")
Collected by:Mr Job Edward Lousley
Collection date:9/8/1930
Locality:Great Britain, VC13 West Sussex, Amberley, TQ01, Banks of stream near Houghton Bridge
exchanged:Watson Botanical Exchange Club
Institution:South London Botanical Institute (SLBI)
Image:Mentha arvensis herbarium specimen from Amberley, VC13 West Sussex in 1930 by Mr Job Edward Lousley.

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+Mentha arvensisGB, VC13 West Sussex, AmberleyJob Edward Lousley10/8/1930SLBI

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Documented by cinderella on 13th May 2013.

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