Anagallis arvensis

Anagallis arvensis

Anagallis arvensis L.
Engl.: scarlet pimpernel, bird's-eye, poor man's weatherglass, red chickweed, red pimpernel, shepherd's weatherglass.
Deu.: Ackergauchheil, Gauchheil, Rote Miere, Roter Gauchheil, Sperlingskraut, Vogelkraut, Wutkraut.
Suom.: peltopuna-alpi, puna-alpi.
Sven.: rödmire, rödarv.
Fran.: mouron des champs, mouron rouge.
Span.: murajes.
Bot. syn.: Anagallis phoenicea Scop.

123. Anagallis arvensis.

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123. Anagallis arvensis. Gamla texter: Svensk Botanik, band 2, 1803. Text Conrad Quensel, illustration J. W. Palmstruch.

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Flowering patch. Kew Garden, London, UK. Planted. 2004-06-03.

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(s. str.) Flowers. Kyoto bot.g, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-10.

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(s. str.) Flowering stand. Kyoto bot.g, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-10.

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Red-flowering form, closeup of flower. Chelsea Physic Garden, London, UK. Planted. 1997-07-01.

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(s. l.) Blue-flowering form, flowering plant. Kew Garden, London, UK. Planted. 1995-07-01.