Field madder

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(Bot.) a plant (Sherardia arvensis) used in dyeing.
an annual European weed (Sherardia arvensis) resembling madder.

See also: Field, Madder

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Other species: Linaria spartea and Vulpia myurus + in 2; Stellaria graminea 2 in 4; Anarrhinum bellidifolium, Diplotaxis catholica, Geranium molle, Omphalodes linifolia and Urginea maritima + in 5; Aegilops triuncialis, Sherardia arvensis and Vulpia geniculata + in 6; Linaria incarnata + in 9; Dactylis hispanica and Plantago lanceolata + in 10; Juncus capitatus and Rumex gallicus +, Eryngium campestre 1 and Parentucellia viscosa 2 in 11; Rumex angiocarpus +, Linaria amethystea 1, Trifolium alexandrinum and Agrostis pourretii 2 in 12; Briza maxima and B.
Ademas: Panicum repens 2, Rumex bucephalophorus r en 5; Bromus hordeaceus, Eleocharis palustris, Gaudinia fragilis y Lolium rigidum + en 9; Rumexpulcher + en 10; Mentha pulegium +, Trifolium michelianum 2 en 12; Euphorbia falcata + en 13; Vulpia myuros 2, Trifolium dubium+ y Sherardia arvensis r en 18; Cotula anthemoides 2, Trifolium ornithopodioides 1, Erodium moschatum + en 19; Trifolium isthmocarpum 2, Polycarpon tetraphyllum 1, Lamarckia aurea,Trifolium cherleri + en 20; Trifolium resupinatum 2 y Chamaemelum fuscatum 1 en 21.
stellatum +, Hyoseris radiata 1, in 10; Medicago polymorfa, Romulea columnae, Plantago bellardii and Linum bienne +, in 11; Sherardia arvensis, Vicia sativa and Thymelaea hirsuta+, Agave americana 1, in 12.