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STINKING CHAMOMILE Anthemis cotula (Asteraceae) Height to 50cm. Similar to Scented Mayweed but hairless and unpleasantly scented. Grows in disturbed ground. FLOWERS are borne in solitary heads, 20-35mm across, with yellow disc florets and white ray florets (Jul-Sep). Scales present between disc florets. FRUITS are achenes. LEAVES are feathery and much-divided. STATUS-Common only in S.
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STINKING CHAMOMILE Anthemis cotula (Asteraceae) Height to 50cm. Similar to Scented Mayweed but hairless and unpleasantly scented. Grows in disturbed ground. FLOWERS are borne in solitary heads, 20-35mm across, with yellow disc florets and white ray florets (Jul-Sep). Scales present between disc florets. FRUITS are achenes. LEAVES are feathery and much-divided. STATUS-Common only in S.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: S.C. BISSEROT/NPL
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