Lotus corniculatus (Common Bird's Foot Trefoil) is a species of perennial herb in the family legumes. They have a self-supporting growth form. They are native to Libya, Italy, Armenia, Russia, Taiwan, Iraq, Sudan, Tunisia, Lithuania, Albania, Belgium, Yugoslavia, Sweden, Moldova, Ukraine, Romania, China, Japan, Nepal, Ireland, Ethiopia, Germany, Morocco, Tajikistan, Pakistan, Mongolia, Yemen, Latvia, Norway, The Netherlands, Kenya, Afghanistan, North Korea, Denmark, Estonia, Czech Republic, India, France, Poland, Georgia, Algeria, Hungary, Saudi Arabia, Belarus, Greece, Switzerland, Egypt, Portugal, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, South Korea, Finland, Kazakhstan, Spain, Myanmar, Tanzania, Iran, Turkmenistan, Austria, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Cyprus, and Turkey. They have yellow flowers. Flowers are visited by Two-spotted Bumblebee, Clouded sulphur, wool-carder bee, and Indian Skipper. Individuals can grow to 2.4 feet.
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