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Fam.: Asteraceae / Composite Fam.  

Synon.:  Artemisia austriaca  JACQ.  var. advena  RECH.F.

Genus:  Artemisia  L.
 

Authors:
   PALL.:  Peter Simon Pallas (1741 - 1811), German naturalist and explorer
   WILLD.:  Carl Ludwig Willdenow (1765 - 1812), German botanist
   JACQ.:  Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727 - 1817), Austrian chemist and botanist
   RECH.F.:  Karl Heinz Rechinger (filius, 1906 - 1998), Austrian botanist, son of Karl Rechinger
   L.:  Carl von Linné (Linnaeus, 1707 - 1777), Swedish naturalist who introduced the binary naming system for plants and animals
 

Etymology:
   Artemisia:   Artemis, Greek goddess
   repens:   creeping
   austriaca:   from Austria
   advena:   foreign
 

For a long time this species, which is naturalized in Germany at various places and also occurs in Austria, was confused with the slightly stronger and larger-flowered Artemisia austriaca. Both species are native to south-western Europe.

 

Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Sandhausen 20.8.2007
Fig. 1:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Sandhausen 20.8.2007
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Sandhausen 20.8.2007
Fig. 2:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Sandhausen 20.8.2007
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Sandhausen 11.9.2007
Fig. 3:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Sandhausen 11.9.2007
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Sandhausen 11.9.2007
Fig. 4:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Sandhausen 11.9.2007
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Sandhausen 4.10.2007
Fig. 5:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Sandhausen 4.10.2007
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Sandhausen 4.10.2007
Fig. 6:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Sandhausen 4.10.2007
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Sandhausen 3.9.2008
Fig. 7:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Sandhausen 3.9.2008
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Sandhausen 3.9.2008
Fig. 8:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Sandhausen 3.9.2008
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Sandhausen 3.9.2008
Fig. 9:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Sandhausen 3.9.2008
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Sandhausen 3.9.2008
Fig. 10:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Sandhausen 3.9.2008
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Lampertheim 27.8.2021
Fig. 11:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Lampertheim 27.8.2021
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Lampertheim 27.8.2021
Fig. 12:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Lampertheim 27.8.2021
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Lampertheim 27.8.2021
Fig. 13:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Lampertheim 27.8.2021
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, D Lampertheim 27.8.2021
Fig. 14:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
D Lampertheim 27.8.2021
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, A Weiden am Neusiedler See 10.5.2022
Fig. 15:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
A Weiden am Neusiedler See 10.5.2022
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, A Weiden am Neusiedler See 10.5.2022
Fig. 16:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
A Weiden am Neusiedler See 10.5.2022
Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood, A Weiden am Neusiedler See 10.5.2022
Fig. 17:  Artemisia repens / Creeping Wormwood
A Weiden am Neusiedler See 10.5.2022

 


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