Kiss, "Secondary metabolites from aerial parts of Circaea
lutetiana L," Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, vol.
(1986): "Experimental archaeology and burnt animal bone from archaeological sites", Circaea
, 4, pp.
Group B3, in particular, represents the typical variant with Aruncus dioicus, while group B2 clusters the releves that are depleted in characteristic species of association and enriched by species such as Saxifraga rotundifolia, typical of cool, partially-shaded sites which are rich in mineral nutrients such as Urtica dioica, Circaea
intermedia and Geranium robertianum characterised by a gentle slope and less affected by flooding.
Jundzill indicated: "We found very rare species and species which have never been found before, such as Callitriche intermedia, Circaea
intermedia, Calamagrostis schleicheri, Koeleria cristata, Sesleria caerulea, Scirpus caricinus, Primula farinosa, Salsola kali, Chenopodium villosum, Ribes alpinum, Swertia perennis, Lunaria rediviva, Alyssum montanum, Cakile maritima, Dentaria bulbifera, Taxus baccata, Betula nana, Myrica and many other cryptogams".
The leaves of some taiga plants, such as common wood sorrel, alpine enchanter's nightshade (Circaea
alpina), and the fern Gymnocarpium dryopteris, are very fragile and only thrive in the shade.
(Kral, 1983), Carex pedunculata Muhl., Circaea
ONAGRACEAE (Evening Primrose Family) Circaea
5.687 2.87 8.55 Chrysospleniu americanum * 1.158 1.68 2.84 Circaea
(1992): "Bones that cats gnawed upon: a case study in bone modification", Circaea
, 9 (1), pp.