Species Daucus carota L. (Queen anne's lace)

Biological classification:
  • kingdom: Plantae
  • - phylum: Tracheophyta
  • -- class: Magnoliopsida
  • --- order: Apiales
  • ---- family: Apiaceae
  • ----- species: Daucus carota
Countries:

DE
Germany
ES
Spain
FR
France
IE
Ireland
IT
Italy
NZ
New Zealand
SE
Sweden
US
United States
Ecoregions:

AA0405
North Island temperate forests
AA0801
Cantebury-Otago tussock grasslands
NA0410
New England-Acadian forests
NA0519
Northern California coastal forests
PA0402
Atlantic mixed forests
PA0436
Sarmatic mixed forests
PA0445
Western European broadleaf forests
PA1211
Italian sclerophyllous and semi-deciduous forests
PA1215
Northeastern Spain and Southern France Mediterranean forests
Links:
Source: http://media.eol.org/data_objects/22805598
Creator: BioImages - the Virtual Fieldguide (UK)
Permission: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License
Comments: Longitude (deg): -1.1. Latitude (deg): 51.4. Longitude (deg/min): 1° 10' W. Latitude (deg/min): 51° 30' N. Vice county name: Berks. Vice county no.: 22. Country: England. Stage: Plant. Identified by: Malcolm Storey. Comment: Roadside. Category: standard photograph or close-up. Real world width(mm): 0. Photographic equipment used: Nikon Coolpix 950.
Source: http://media.eol.org/data_objects/25765792
Date: 2011-08-07
Creator: Hermann Falkner
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Comments: 2011-08-07 Vienna XXII. district - Lobau National Park (155 msm Quadrant 7864/2). German name: Wild-Karotte/ Wild-Möhre The shape of fruiting umbels is very typical for this one - in German it's called 'Vogelnest' (bird's nest).
Source: http://media.eol.org/data_objects/22781292
Creator: BioImages - the Virtual Fieldguide (UK)
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Comments: Longitude (deg): -4.9. Latitude (deg): 50.5. Longitude (deg/min): 4° 60' W. Latitude (deg/min): 50° 30' N. Vice county name: East Cornwall. Vice county no.: 2. Country: England. Stage: Plant. Identified by: Malcolm Storey. Category: standard photograph or close-up. Real world width(mm): 0. Photographic equipment used: Nikon Coolpix 950.

Source: http://media.eol.org/data_objects/22805595
Creator: BioImages - the Virtual Fieldguide (UK)
Permission: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License
Comments: Longitude (deg): -1.1. Latitude (deg): 51.4. Longitude (deg/min): 1° 10' W. Latitude (deg/min): 51° 30' N. Vice county name: Berks. Vice county no.: 22. Country: England. Stage: Plant. Identified by: Malcolm Storey. Comment: Roadside. Detail to note: dark purple, longer stalked flower in the centre. Category: standard photograph or close-up. Real world width(mm): 0. Photographic equipment used: Nikon Coolpix 950.
Source: wikimedia
Permission: Public Domain
Source: wikimedia
Permission: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Source: http://media.eol.org/data_objects/22800060
Creator: BioImages - the Virtual Fieldguide (UK)
Permission: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License
Comments: Longitude (deg): -4.9. Latitude (deg): 50.5. Longitude (deg/min): 4° 60' W. Latitude (deg/min): 50° 30' N. Vice county name: East Cornwall. Vice county no.: 2. Country: England. Stage: Plant. Identified by: Malcolm Storey. Category: standard photograph or close-up. Image scaling: enlarged. Real world width(mm): 0. Photographic equipment used: Nikon D100 dSLR with Tamron SP T90 AF Macro 1:1 lens.
Source: http://media.eol.org/data_objects/24957460
Date: 2010-06-27
Creator: José María Escolano
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Comments: Zaragoza: Aragón (España)   Familia: APIACEAE Distribución: Asia, N de África y por todo Europa; en toda la Península Ibérica y todo Aragón, excepto los ambientes con clima más extremo. Puede formar grandes poblaciones en prados, pastos secos, eriales y cunetas. Las zanahorias de cultivo corresponden a la subsp. sativus (Hoffm.) Schübl. & C. Martens, caracterizada por la raiz napiforme y carnosa seleccionada para el consumo.  Hábitat: Prados de siega, herbazales subnitrófilos, márgenes de cultivo, eriales y otros ambientes abiertos ya sean algo húmedos o secos. Preferencia edáfica: Indiferente. Aparece en todo tipo de sustratos. Rango altitudinal: 200- 1400 ( 1600 ) m Floración: Marzo - Septiembre ( Octubre ) Fructificación: Mayo - Octubre ( Noviembre ) Forma Biológica: Hemicriptófito bienal  Extractado del Atlas de la Flora de Aragón (Herbario de Jaca)  

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