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ⓘ Camelina microcarpa




Camelina microcarpa
                                     

ⓘ Camelina microcarpa

Camelina microcarpa is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by several common names, including littlepod false flax lesser gold-of-pleasure and small seed false flax. It is native to Europe and Asia, and it is common across the globe as an introduced species and sometimes a noxious weed. It is known as a weed of grain crops such as wheat and rye. This is an erect annual herb producing a branched or unbranched stem 30 centimeters to one meter in height. It is sometimes coated thinly in hairs, particularly on the lower part. The leaves are lance-shaped to oblong. The upper part of the stem is occupied by an inflorescence of many pale yellow flowers. They yield plump oblong to rounded fruits, each under a centimeter long and held at the tip of a short pedicel.

                                     
  • Bunias orientalis introduced, common Cakile baltica Camelina microcarpa introduced, rare Camelina sylvestris introduced, rare Capsella bursa - pastoris
  • Calystegia spithamaea ssp. spithamaea N Camassia scilloides N Camelina microcarpa I Camelina sativa ssp. sativa I Campanula aparinoides N Campanula
  • המשוכות 474 Calystegia soldanella Convolvulaceae חבלבלן עגול - עלים 475 Camelina hispida Brassicaceae קמלינה סמורה 476 Campanula camptoclada Campanulaceae

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