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RUBIACEAE

HEATH BEDSTRAW Galium saxatile

Heath Bedstraw is a native perennial growing 5-20 cm in height and produces an abundance of small white flowers between June and August.

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ProvenanceVC41 Glamorgan (Neath Port Talbot)
AssociationsThe 'Biological Records Centre’s' website lists the following numbers of foodplant associates for Heath Bedstraw: mites (3), beetles (1), true bugs (5), moths (16) and thrips (1). However, the genus Galium as a whole, lists the following: mites (3), beetles (8), flies (2), true bugs (9), moths (37) and thrips (1).
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