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Statistics of barcoding coverage: Gentianella germanica

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Gentianella germanica

Gentianella germanica, known in the United Kingdom as the Chiltern gentian, is a flowering plant in the Gentianaceae (gentian family). It was chosen as the county flower of Buckinghamshire.[2] Within the UK, it is only native to the Chiltern Hills of southern England ,[3] although its distribution on the Continent is much wider, ranging from France to the Balkans .[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Flora Europaea". Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. 
  2. ^ Plantlife website County Flowers page
  3. ^ C. D. Preston, D. A. Pearman & T. D. Dines (eds.). New Atlas of the British and Irish Flora. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-851067-5. 
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