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Fam.: Convolvulaceae / Bindweed Fam.      

Synon.:  Convolvulus sylvestris  WALDST. & KIT.

Genus:  Calystegia  R.BR.,  Convolvulus  L.
 

Authors:
   CHOISY:  Jacques Denys Choisy (1799 - 1859), Swiss botanist
   WALDST.:  Franz de Paula Adam Norbert Wenzel Ludwig Valentin von Waldstein (1759 - 1823), Austrian botanist
   KIT.:  Pál Kitaibel (1757 - 1817), Hungarian botanist
   R.BR.:  Robert Brown (1773 - 1858), British botanist
   L.:  Carl von Linné (Linnaeus, 1707 - 1777), Swedish naturalist who introduced the binary naming system for plants and animals
 

Etymology:
   Calystegia:   kalyx = calyx, stegein = to cover
   silvatica:   growing in wood
   Convolvulus:   convolvere = to wrap together
   sylvestris:   growing in wood
 

Calystegia silvatica / Large Bindweed, Giant Bindweed, I Liguria, Finalborgo 31.5.2013
Fig. 1:  Calystegia silvatica / Large Bindweed, Giant Bindweed
I Liguria, Finalborgo 31.5.2013
Calystegia silvatica / Large Bindweed, Giant Bindweed, I Liguria, Finalborgo 31.5.2013
Fig. 2:  Calystegia silvatica / Large Bindweed, Giant Bindweed
I Liguria, Finalborgo 31.5.2013
Calystegia silvatica / Large Bindweed, Giant Bindweed, I Liguria, Finalborgo 31.5.2013
Fig. 3:  Calystegia silvatica / Large Bindweed, Giant Bindweed
I Liguria, Finalborgo 31.5.2013

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