Phyllanthus caroliniensis Walter

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection

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Carolina Leaf-flower

Phyllanthus caroliniensis, the Carolina leafflower, is a flowering plant native to the Americas, from the southeastern United States[1] all the way to Argentina.[2][3] The flowers are small and located where the leaf meets the stem.[2] This plant is extremely widely distributed in the New World. In the United States it grows in open, moist areas, sometimes in association with disturbance, such... © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)

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