Chenopodium virgatum Thunb. 1815

Jonsell, B., Karlsson, 2005, Chenopodiaceae - Fumariaceae (Chenopodium), Flora Nordica 2, pp. 4-31 : 30-31

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6265450

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6265450

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Chenopodium virgatum Thunb. 1815
status

 

Chenopodium virgatum Thunb. 1815

( C. album subsp. virgatum (Thunb.) C.H. Blom 1938 ).

D Høj Gåsefod. F idänsavikka. S käppmålla, -

Similar to C. album (15), C. missouriense (16) and C. striatiforme (17) but tall, stem often striped with red, erect, fairly richly branched in the upper part; leaves olive to brownish green; blade of lower and middle leaves lanceolate, up to 7 x 4 cm, with several teeth; bracts narrowly lanceolate, usually entire; inflorescence spike-like; seed c. 1 mm. - For differences from C. pratericola (12) see under that species. - The seeds do not ripen in Norden.

Tips, ports, factory areas, railway yards; often brought in with soybeans. D NJy �lborg 1957-63, ØJy �rhus 1928-71, Horsens 1964, Sjæ especially København 1917-75, LFM Nykøbing 1957- 59. N Ho Bergen 1971, Odda 1925. S BhG Bäve 1941, Göteborg several records 1924-53, Nödinge 1939, Uddevalla 1941, Ög Norrkoeping 1908, Dir Stora Tuna 1937, Mpd Timrå 1903. F U Helsinki 1980, Vantaa 1983, EH Tampere 1975. - E Asia.

Hybrids

Kingdom

Plantae

Phylum

Tracheophyta

Class

Magnoliopsida

Order

Caryophyllales

Family

Amaranthaceae

Genus

Chenopodium

Loc

Chenopodium virgatum Thunb. 1815

Jonsell, B., Karlsson 2005
2005
Loc

C. album subsp. virgatum

(Thunb.) C.H. Blom 1938
1938