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Berteroa Obliqua

Berteroa obliqua


The Berteroa oblique is a species with Mediterranean distribution. It grows in uncultivated and arid pastures, from sea level to about 800 m. The genus is dedicated to the physician and botanist Piedmontese Giuseppe Bertero (1789-1831). Biological form: emicriptofita scaposa. Flowering time: May-October.

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Spotted on Jun 27, 2015
Submitted on Jan 9, 2016

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