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Mediterranean Melilot

Melilotus sulcatus


Also known as Grooved Melilot, this is a herbaceous perennial with erect stems and alternate leaves distinguished by its yellow flowers arranged in clusters of 12-25 flowers. The fruits are globose, 3-4 mm, with a regular set of concentric curved ribs. The leaves have toothed stipules.


Maltese name: Trew Komuni

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Malta, Malta

Spotted on Mar 31, 2013
Submitted on Apr 15, 2013

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