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Fam.: Plantaginaceae / Plantain Fam.      

Synon.:  Psyllium squarrosum  DUM.COURS.

Genus:  Plantago  L.,  Psyllium  TOURN. ex JUSS.
 

Authors:
   MURRAY:  Johan Andreas Murray (1740 - 1791), Swedish physician and botanist
   DUM.COURS.:  Georges Louis Marie Dumont de Courset (1746 - 1824), French agronomist and botanist
   L.:  Carl von Linné (Linnaeus, 1707 - 1777), Swedish naturalist who introduced the binary naming system for plants and animals
   TOURN.:  Joseph Pitton de Tournefort (1656 - 1708), French botanist
   JUSS.:  Antoine-Laurent de Jussieu (1748 - 1836), French botanist
 

Etymology:
   Plantago:   planta = sole of foot, agere = to lead
   squarrosa:   unwieldy
   Psyllium:   flees
   squarrosum:   unwieldy
 

Plantago squarrosa / Bracted Plantain, Crete Moni Kapsa 10.4.2015
Fig. 1:  Plantago squarrosa / Bracted Plantain
Crete, Moni Kapsa 10.4.2015
Plantago squarrosa / Bracted Plantain, Crete Moni Kapsa 10.4.2015
Fig. 2:  Plantago squarrosa / Bracted Plantain
Crete, Moni Kapsa 10.4.2015
Plantago squarrosa / Bracted Plantain, Crete Moni Kapsa 10.4.2015
Fig. 3:  Plantago squarrosa / Bracted Plantain
Crete, Moni Kapsa 10.4.2015
Plantago squarrosa / Bracted Plantain, Crete Moni Kapsa 10.4.2015
Fig. 4:  Plantago squarrosa / Bracted Plantain
Crete, Moni Kapsa 10.4.2015

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