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  • Profile picture of Michael Wunderli who took this action.

    Michael Wunderli marked "Agrimonia eupatoria" as trusted on the "Agrimonia eupatoria" page.

    6 months ago

  • Profile picture of Kari Pihlaviita who took this action.

    Kari Pihlaviita added the Finnish common name "Verijuuret" to "Agrimonia".

    9 months ago

  • Profile picture of Kari Pihlaviita who took this action.

    Kari Pihlaviita added the Finnish common name "Idänverijuuri" to "Agrimonia pilosa Ledeb.".

    12 months ago

  • Profile picture of Kari Pihlaviita who took this action.

    Kari Pihlaviita added the Finnish common name "Tuoksuverijuuri" to "Agrimonia procera Wallr.".

    12 months ago

  • Profile picture of Kari Pihlaviita who took this action.

    Kari Pihlaviita added the Finnish common name "Maarianverijuuri" to "Agrimonia eupatoria L.".

    12 months ago

  • Profile picture of jhilty who took this action.

    jhilty commented on "Inflorescence - side view":

    The photographed plant is something in the Asteraceae, possibly a Eupatorium or something similar. Agrimonia eupatoria (Rosaceae) produces a narrow spike of simple yellow flowers, whereas the photographed plant has a panicle of pink flowerheads. A misidentification has occurred here.

    over 1 year ago

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    jhilty commented on "Leaves":

    Again, I don't think this is Agrimonia eupatoria. The photographed stem and leaves clearly belong to the plant with a panicle of pink flowerheads (see the 2 preceding photographs). It is something in the Asteraceae, possibly a Eupatorium or something similar.

    over 1 year ago

  • Profile picture of jhilty who took this action.

    jhilty commented on "Inflorescence - side view":

    The photographed plant is not Agrimonia eupatoria, nor an Agrimonia, nor is it even in the Rosaceae. Instead, this plant is in the Asteraceae, possibly a Eupatorium or something similar. Agrimonia eupatoria produces a narrow spike of simple yellow flowers, whereas the photographed plant has a panicle of pink flowerheads.

    over 1 year ago

  • Profile picture of jhilty who took this action.

    jhilty commented on "Inflorescence in bud - side view":

    This photo from BioImages is not Agrimonia eupatoria, nor even an Agrimonia (Rosaceae). It's not even in the correct plant family. It is something in the Asteraceae, possibly a Eupatorium or Eupatoriadelphus. Agrimonia eupatoria produces a narrow spike of simple yellow flowers, whereas the photographed plant has a panicle of pink flowerheads.

    over 1 year ago

  • Profile picture of Hans-Martin Braun who took this action.

    Hans-Martin Braun added the English common name "church steeples" to "Agrimonia eupatoria L.".

    over 1 year ago

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