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Greek Bugloss, βοΐδόγλωσσα

Anchusella variegata


Endemic plant to southern Greece. One-year species with harsh rigid bristles. Τhe leaves are jagged and have characteristic white knobs. The flowers are small but very impressive, tubular with five small white petals, with rosy, violet or blue spots.


I found it at the base of a limestone rock and in adjacent stony positions and frigana.

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Αττική, Greece

Spotted on Feb 22, 2019
Submitted on Feb 23, 2019

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