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Scilla odorata Asparagaceae<br />
Discussed in a portuguese wild plants group, and identified as Scilla odorata.<br />
It has a natural external resemblance to Hyacinthoides, but differs from this Genre because it has only one bract per flower. <br />
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Scilla odorata

Asparagaceae
Discussed in a portuguese wild plants group, and identified as Scilla odorata.
It has a natural external resemblance to Hyacinthoides, but differs from this Genre because it has only one bract per flower.

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    comments (4)

  1. Thank you for creating that list, very interesting! Posted 4 years ago
    1. Thank you! I've also created a list for Odonata from Portugal, ''Dragons and Damsels" :)


      Thanks also for encouraging me do it so. My best, cheers*
      Posted 3 years ago, modified 3 years ago
      1. Impressive list! Posted 3 years ago
        1. Thanks a lot! cheers* Posted 3 years ago

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Scilla odorata is an asparagus plant species was described by Heinrich Friedrich Link. Scilla odorata is included in the genus Scilla, and the family of asparagus plants. No subspecies are listed in the Catalogue of Life. This plant is endemic to the Iberian Peninsula where it occurs mainly along the west coast of Portugal (The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 2010). Its area of occupancy in Portugal is 1,600 kmĀ² and the species has been reported to be in expansion (Commission.. more

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Uploaded Apr 4, 2016. Captured Apr 2, 2016 14:12.
  • NIKON D7100
  • f/4.5
  • 1/320s
  • ISO100
  • 80mm