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Herbarium specimen: Cochlearia danica

Taxon:Brassicaceae: Cochlearia danica L. ("Danish Scurvygrass")
det. Edward Shearburn Marshall 24/11/1894

E.S.M. (in litt 18:2:94) who doesn't feel sure about name This looks very like normal coast danica; indeed, I don't see what it can be called! Not what I understand by alpina Watson. E.S.M. 24/11/1894

Filed in taxon folder:Brassicaceae: Cochlearia danica L. ("Danish Scurvygrass")
Collected by:Rev. Edward Shearburn Marshall
Collection date:7/7/1888
Locality:Great Britain, VC90 Angus, Little Kilrannoch, NO27, Mostly decumbent. Small and compact
ex herb:Mr William Hadden Beeby
Institution:South London Botanical Institute (SLBI)
Image:Cochlearia danica herbarium specimen from Little Kilrannoch, VC90 Angus in 1888 by Rev. Edward Shearburn Marshall.
fruits/flowers:mature flowers

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+Cochlearia danicaGB, VC49 Caernarvonshire, SnowdonThomas Butler7/1870SLBI

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