Herbarium specimen: Gnaphalium undulatum
|Taxon:||Asteraceae: Gnaphalium undulatum L. ("Cape Cudweed")|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Asteraceae: Gnaphalium undulatum L. ("Cape Cudweed")|
|Collected by:||Mr Stanley Guiton|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC113 Channel Islands, Jersey, Saint Helier, SV64, Sandy hillside, Westmouth, St. Helier|
|ex herb:||Mr Charles Bailey|
Mr Stanley Guiton
Botanical Exchange Club of The British Isles
|Institution:||Manchester Museum (MANCH)|
|notes:||Although probably of recent introduction, this species is thoroughly well established. It is abundant on the south and west sides of the island, and very variable in size, growing from two or three inches to as many feet in height. I have seen hillsides white with this plant, and old quarries full of it; dwarfed by the roadside, or branched and luxuriant in cultivated fields.|
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Documented by chris dixon on 15th January 2007.
Checked by qgroom