Fedia cornucopiae

Fedia cornucopiae

Stank cornucopiae is a species of flowering plant belonging to the family Valerianaceae.
The scientific authority of the species is (L.) Gaertn., And was published in FRUCT. No Pl 2: 37
Fedia cornucopiae  Fedia cornucopiae

Appearance

Annual herbs, with slight odor of valeric acid. Erect stems, simple or branched, dichotomous inflorescence, striated. Simple leaves, petioles or not, oval-elliptical limbo, elliptical, lanceolate or oblanceolate, entire or slightly toothed.

Naming

Synonyms

Fedia cornucopiae var. scorpioides (Dufr.) J.López & Devesa
Fedia graeca Dufr.
Fedia incrassata Moench
Fedia langei Pomel
Fedia scorpioides Dufr.
Mitrophora cornucopia Raf.
Valeriana cornucopiae L.
Valeriana ringens Salisb.
Valerianella cornucopiae Loisel.

Distribution

It is a species present in Portuguese territory, including the following infraspecific taxa.

Habitat

Meadows in traditional dryland orchards, uncultivated farmland and pastures.
In clay soils, preferably basic calcareous and fresh.

References:

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https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fedia_cornucopiae
http://www.flora-on.pt/#/1fedia
http://www.floraiberica.es/floraiberica/texto/pdfs/15_157_04_Fedia.pdf
Taxonomy
KingdomPlantae
DivisionAngiosperms
ClassEudicots
OrderDipsacales
FamilyCaprifoliaceae
GenusFedia
SpeciesFedia cornucopiae
Photographed in
Portugal