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Chamaemelum (rights holder: National Museum Wales. National Museum Wales. Year: 2012.)© National Museum Wales. National Museum Wales. Year: 2012. (licence)


Chamaemelum is a small genus of plants in the daisy family commonly known as chamomiles or dogfennels. Perhaps the best-known species is Roman chamomile, Chamaemelum nobile. These are annual or perennial herbs, rarely exceeding half a meter in height and usually bearing solitary white daisylike flowers with yellow centers. They are native to Europe but most species can be found scattered in oth... © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)

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Parent Taxon
Taxonomic Completion
1 of 4 accepted Species
Global Pollen Project UUID
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