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Fam.: Brassicaceae / Crucifers      

Genus:  Rhynchosinapis  HAYEK
 

Authors:
   LANGE:  Johan Martin Christian Lange (1818 - 1898), Danish botanist
   HEYWOOD:  Vernon Hilton Heywood (1927 - ), British botanist
   HAYEK:  August von Hayek (1871 - 1928), Austriam physician and botanist
 

Etymology:
   Rhynchosinapis:   beak mustard
   richeri:   Pierre Richer de Belleval (1564 - 1632), French physician and botanist (RICH. BELL. )
 

Rhynchosinapis richeri originates from the South-Western Alps.

 

Rhynchosinapis richeri / Richer's Cabbage, F Col de Lautaret Botan. Gar. 28.6.2008
Fig. 1:  Rhynchosinapis richeri / Richer's Cabbage (cultiv.)
F Col de Lautaret Botan. Gar. 28.6.2008
Rhynchosinapis richeri / Richer's Cabbage, F Col de Lautaret Botan. Gar. 28.6.2008
Fig. 2:  Rhynchosinapis richeri / Richer's Cabbage (cultiv.)
F Col de Lautaret Botan. Gar. 28.6.2008
Rhynchosinapis richeri / Richer's Cabbage, F Col de Lautaret Botan. Gar. 28.6.2008
Fig. 3:  Rhynchosinapis richeri / Richer's Cabbage (cultiv.)
F Col de Lautaret Botan. Gar. 28.6.2008
Rhynchosinapis richeri / Richer's Cabbage, F Col de Lautaret Botan. Gar. 28.6.2008
Fig. 4:  Rhynchosinapis richeri / Richer's Cabbage (cultiv.)
F Col de Lautaret Botan. Gar. 28.6.2008

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