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Anthriscus scandicina

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Anthriscus scandicina (Weber) Mansfeld, Repert Sp. Nov. 46: 309. 1939.
Scandix Anthriscus L. Sp. PI. 257. 1753.
Chaerophyllum Anthriscus Crantz, Class. Umbell. 76. 1767.
Caucalis Scandix Scop. Fl. Cam. ed. 2. 1: 191. 1772.
Caucalis scandicina Weber; Wiggers, Prim. Fl. Holsat. 23. 1780.
Anthriscus vulgaris Pers. Syn. PI. 1:320. 1805. Not A . vulgaris Bernh. 1800.
Myrrhis Anthriscus Lag. Amen. Nat. 98. 1821.
A nthriscus Scandix Asch. Fl. Brand. 1: 260. 1860. Not A . Scandix Bieb. 1808.
Anthriscus Anthriscus Karst. Deuts. Fl. 857. 1882.
Myrrhodes Anthriscus Kuntze, Rev. Gen. 1: 268. 1891.
Cerefolium vulgare Bubani. Fl. Pyren. 2: 411. 1900.
Chaerefolium Anthriscus Schinz. & Thell. Viert. Nat. Ges. Zurich 53: 554. 1909.
Branched annuals, 4.5-9 dm. high, more or less hispid throughout; leaves oblong-ovate to deltoid in general outline, excluding the petioles 5-15 cm. long, pinnately decompound, the ultimate divisions linear-oblong, obtuse, mucronulate, 1-5 mm. long; petioles 3-8 cm. long; upper cauline leaves reduced; peduncles 2 cm. long to obsolete; involucel of a few lanceolate bractlets, shorter than the pedicels; rays 3-6, 1-2.5 cm. long; pedicels 3-7, 2-9 mm. long; fruit ovoid, with a short beak, about 4 mm. long, 2-3 mm. broad, covered with uncinate bristly tubercles.
Type locality: "In Europae aggeribus terrenis," collector unknown.
Distribution: Europe; introduced into Nova Scotia and Virginia, and from western Oregon to central California.
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Albert Charles Smith, Mildred Esther Mathias, Lincoln Constance, Harold William Rickett. 1944-1945. UMBELLALES and CORNALES. North American flora. vol 28B. New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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Anthriscus scandicina
Add the synonym : Antriscus fetidus Raf. Good Book 52. 1840.
117. CHAEROPHYLLUM.
Add the synonym: Polgidon Raf. Good Book 53. 1840.
Chaerophyllum temulum.
Add the synonym: Polgidon temulum Raf. Good Book 53. 1840.
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Albert Charles Smith, Mildred Esther Mathias, Lincoln Constance, Harold William Rickett. 1944-1945. UMBELLALES and CORNALES. North American flora. vol 28B. New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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