Scientific name : Viscum album
Other names: Azərbaycanca: Ağ öksəotu , Български: Имел , Català: Vesc , Česky: Jmelí bílé , Dansk: Almindelig Mistelten , Deutsch: Weißbeerige Mistel , Español: Muérdago blanco , Basque: Mihura , Suomi: Misteli , Français: Gui , Magyar: Fehér fagyöngy , Italiano: Vischio , 日本語: ヤドリギ , 한국어: 겨우살이 , Lietuviškai: Paprastasis amalas , Latviešu: Baltais āmulis , Nederlands: Maretak , Norsk (nynorsk): Misteltein , Norsk: Misteltein , Polski: Jemioła pospolita , Português: Visco Hardwood , Română: Vâsc european , Русский: Омела белая , Slovensky: Imelo biele , Slovenščina: Bela omela , Svenska: Mistel , Türkçe: Ökse otu , Tiếng Việt: Cây tầm gửi Châu Âu

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Mistletoe is commonly found growing in poplar, willow, hornbeam, black locust, oak, chestnut, and fruit trees (particularly apple trees). Mistletoe berries are popular in decorating and have a spherical appearance with sticky pulp. Mistletoe contains a complex mixture of many ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


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