Bellardia trixago (Introduced- USA)

Bellardia trixago (L.) All., Fl. Pedem. 1: 61 1785. (syn: Alectorolophus trixago (L.) Bieb.; Bartsia bicolor DC.; Bartsia capensis (Willd.) Spreng.; Bartsia maxima (Willd.) Pers. (ambiguous synonym); Bartsia rhinanthoides Hochst. ex Benth.; Bartsia trixago L.; Bartsia versicolor (Willd.) Pers.; Bellardia carnea Wettst.; Bellardia trixago var. flaviflora (Boiss.) Maire; Bellardia trixago var. versicolor (Lam.) Cout.; Buchnera africana L.; Euphrasia trixago (L.) Vis.; Euphrasia versicolor (Willd.) Bub. (ambiguous synonym); Lasiopera rhinanthina Hoffmgg. & Link; Rhinanthus bicolor (DC.) Poir.; Rhinanthus capensis Willd.; Rhinanthus creticus F. G. Dietr.; Rhinanthus maritimus Lam.; Rhinanthus maximus Willd. (ambiguous synonym); Rhinanthus trixago (L.) L. (ambiguous synonym); Rhinanthus versicolor Lam.; Trixago apula Stev.; Trixago apula var. flaviflora Boiss.; Trixago apula var. versicolor (Lam.) Lange; Trixago carnea Griseb.; Trixago maxima (Willd.) Webb & Berthel.; Trixago rhinanthina (Hoffmgg. & Link) Link ex Spreng.; Trixago versicolor (Lam.) Webb & Berthel.);   

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Bellardia trixago from California-07022020-2 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Bellardia trixago (L.) All.   
Orobanchaceae
Common Names:  Trixago bartsiaMediterranean lineseed  
A hemiparasite Native of Mediterranean.
erect herb with green toothed leaves, dotted with glands and hairs, terminated by a spike of purple and  white flowers with broad lip.
Clicked from Fremont, California, April 28, 2019.





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