Black Bryony

Scientific name : Tamus communis
Other names: Azərbaycanca: Adi giləzəhər , Български: Брей , Català: Gatmaimó , Deutsch: Schmerwurz (Gewöhnliche) , Español: Nueza negra , Basque: Apo-mahats , Français: Tamier commun , Hrvatski: Kuka , Italiano: Tamaro , Latviešu: Parastais tamus , Nederlands: Spekwortel , Português: Bryony Comum

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Perennial herbaceous plant with linear winding stems and thick, cringing rhizome, 1-3m long, alternate leaves, feather-veined, differently shaped: narrow lanceolate, oval, heart-shaped or 3-lobed, smooth edges, pointed, long petiolated, at base with coarse, horn-shaped ligule; monoecious flowers, bell-shaped flowers, female ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


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