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viscaria

(vɪsˈkɛərɪə)
n
(Plants) any plant of the Eurasian perennial genus Viscaria, closely related to genus Lychnis, in which it is sometimes included: low-growing, with pink, white, or purple flowers: family Carophyllaceae
[New Latin, from viscum birdlime (from the viscid stems)]
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Therefore, those seem to act as ant barrier, as reported in case of Viscaria vulgaris (Faegri & van der Pijl, 1979).
2012a)--where we made a compilation of this species localities--we accidentally forgot the ancient report (ut Viscaria alpina (L.
And she came second overall with her basket of flowers, featuring petunias, helichrysum and viscaria, winning PS10,000.
Avalon Minerals announced the finding of some high grade copper zones in the first two drill holes of a new program at the Viscaria Copper Project in Sweden.
This week's online offer is for six Lychnis viscaria Splendens for just PS3.
Examples here include the Viscaria copper-magnetite mine, formerly operated by Outokumpu and now being redrilled by Avalon Minerals, the Sala silver mine, where Tumi Resources has defined a new zinc-silver exploration target parallel to the historic workings, and the Dannemora iron ore mine, where Dannemora Minerals shipped its first product to a steelworks in Germany at the end of June.
Insect flower visitation frequency and seed production in relation to patch size of Viscaria vulgaris (Caryophyllaceae).
DIY it Sow for itMany hardy herbaceous perennials, such as aquilegia, delphinium, geum, lupins, helenium (pictured left) and viscaria, can be sown now for an early display of colour next year.
Avalon Minerals Limited (ASX:AVI) has completed Phase 1 drilling program at its 100%-owned Viscaria Copper-Iron Project in Northern Sweden.
Fluctuating asymmetry in central and marginal populations of Lychnis viscaria in relation to genetic and environmental factors.
Some of the finest varieties have been bred from Lychnis viscaria, the German catchfly, a neat plant growing 45cm (18in) in height and spread with spikes of dark pink flowers.
Genetic diversity, population size, and fitness in central and peripheral populations of a rare plant Lychnis viscaria.