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Published In: Tentamen Florae Germanicae 2(2): 182–183. 1793. (Tent. Fl. Germ.) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
Type: Type: Germany near Vegesack (whereabouts of specimens uncertain). Introduced in Mastung soil conservation project.
Distribution: Distribution: Europe, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, N.Africa; Russia: introduced in Pakistan.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Widely cultivated as a fodder crop.
Illustration: Vicia villosa Roth (Illustration)


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Annual or biennial, villous to subglabrous, climbing or procumbent. Leaf paripinnately compound, leaflets 8-24, 3-35 mm long, 1-8 mm broad, oblong-ovate to narrowly linear, mostly pilose; stipules semisagittate or falcate, entire; tendrils branched. Inflorescence an axillary peduncled raceme, peduncle as long as the leaf or shorter. Pedicel 1-3 mm long. Calyx 5-8 mm long, villous to sparsely pubescent, mouth oblique, teeth unequal, shorter or longer than the tube. Corolla violet, purple or blue. Vexillum 10-22 mm long. Fruit 2-4 cm long, 4-12 mm broad, glabrous or appressed pubescent, 2-8-seeded.
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