Erodium malacoides (Stork’s bill)

Stork’s bill


Erodium malacoides – (Stork’s bill)

Annual or bi-annual herb of the Stork’s bill family -geraniaceae- till 60 cm tall. Sticky-hairy stems, erect or spreading. Oval leaves or heart- shaped, sometimes three-lobed but with round, very little marked lobes. Violet flowers gathered into umbels, in clusters from 3 to 9. Roadsides and dry grasslands.

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Vicente Martínez Centelles
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