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Published In: Vorlesungen der Churpfälzischen physicalisch-ökonomischen Gesellschaft 2: 363. 1787. (Vorles. Churpfälz. Phys.-Ökon. Ges.) Name publication detail

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
Distribution: Cultivated in hill stations in Pakistan; native of Europe.
Comment/Acknowledgements: The whole plant, including the seeds, is poisonous.


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A small deciduous tree. Leaf trifoliolate, petiole c. 2-6.3 cm long; leaflets c. 3-8 cm long, c. 2.5 cm broad, elliptic-lanceolate or obovate. Inflorescence a pendulous raceme, up to 40.0 cm long. Flowers yellow. Calyx c. 5 mm long, 2-lipped. Vexillum c. 2 cm long. Stamens 10, monadelphous, anthers uniform. Ovary stipitate. Fruit 4-7.5 cm long, c. 7.5 mm broad, with more or less winged sutures.
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