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bartsia

(ˈbɑːtsɪə)
n
(Plants) any of several species of semiparasitic scrophulariaceous plants, including red bartsia (Odontites verna), a pink-flowered weed of cornfields
[C18: New Latin, named after Johann Bartsch (died 1738), German botanist]
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The dunes are home to over 450 plant species including 33 that are locally or regionally rare like petalwort, seaside centaury, yellow bartsia, round-leaved wintergreen, dune helleborine and pendulous flowered helleborine.
Beat The Heat, off the track since finishing third to Ice Dancer in a Leopardstown maiden back in May, has Michael Grassick's Red Bartsia to beat in the Smithwicks Maiden.
To stud at 3 years and dam of: Visual (1990 c by Rousillon; winner), Island Magic (1991 c by Indian Ridge; Gr3 winner), Persian Punch (1993 g by Persian Heights; multiple Pattern winner), Rum Baba (1994 g by Tirol; winner), Cobra Lady (1995 f by Indian Ridge; unplaced), Bahamas (1997 g by Barathea; winner), Red Bartsia (1998 f by Barathea; winner), Wadmaan (1999 c by Singspiel; placed), Bourbonella (2000 f by Rainbow Quest; unraced).
BOTANICAL whizz Gary McLardy visited Cabin Hill nature reserve and found blooming wintergreen, tufted vetch, yellow and red bartsia, common mullein (still a scarce plant at this site), wild carrot and many purple loosestrifes.
33, 107, 150, 171, 178, 232, 233] Orobanchaceae Bartsia alpina L.
The reserves are home to rare species, including the Yellow Bartsia plant and some previously unrecorded bugs and beetles.
Runner-up to highly-rated Dibiya at Galway, Weld's charge was caught late by Red Bartsia at Tralee last time, when he finished twelve lengths clear of the remainder.
11 Nature, suggest that Bartsia and Cuscuta each passed an atp1 gene to its Plantago host sometime during the past few million years.
Broguestown Stud offers Red Bartsia (991), a Barathea half-sister to popular stayer Persian Punch and to the dam of Aqlaam, while Osberstown Stud sends through Inforapenny (912), who was third in the 2000 Irish Oaks and who is carrying to Excellent Art.