DescriptionAPI English: Aegilops speltoides on the peninsula of Alyki, Thasos, Greece. Please note the surrounding vegetation: Thymus pulegioides and Verbascum nigrum Deutsch: aus der Familie der Süßgräser: Aegilops speltoides, im Hintergrund: Arznei-Thymian Thymus pulegioides, vorne: die Schwarze Königskerze Verbascum nigrum, auf der Halbinsel Alyki, Thasos. Date 1 July 2007 Source Own photo, taken at Alyki. Author Sten Porse Permission
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