Lathyrus pratensis

Lathyrus pratensis

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Perennial, with scrambling, angled stems arising from a creeping rootstock, 20-60 cm, subglabrous or pubescent. Leaves tendrillous; leaflets 1-paired, narrowly elliptic-lanceolate, 10-40 x 1,5-11 mm, parallel-veined; stipules ovate-lanceolate, usually broader than the leaflets, unequally sagittate. Peduncles 3-10-flowered, much longer than the leaves. Calyx 6-9 mm, teeth somewhat unequal, the lowest tooth 1-2 x as long as tube. Corolla bright yellow, 10-16 mm. Legume linear-oblong, 20-30 x 5-6 mm, glabrous or sometimes pubescent, obliquely nerved. Seeds 4-8, smooth. FI. 6-7. Water meadows, streamsides, bushy places, nr. s.I.-2300 m.
Most of Europe, N.W. Africa, Abyssinia, Lebanon, N. Iraq, Caucasia, eastwards to C. Asia and Himalayas. Euro-Sib. element. A very variable species, even in Turkey.
 
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