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NARROW-LEAVED EVERLASTING-PEA Lathyrus sylvestris

Narrow-leaved Everlasting-pea is a native perennial growing 30-100 cm in height and produces racemes of pink flowers between June and August.

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ProvenanceVC41 Glamorgan (Vale of Glamorgan)
The Knap, Vale of Glamorgan
The Knap, Vale of Glamorgan
The Knap, Vale of Glamorgan
The Knap, Vale of Glamorgan
AssociationsThe 'Biological Records Centre’s' website lists the following numbers of foodplant associates for Narrow-leaved Everlasting-pea: flies (5) and moths (4). However, the genus Lathyrus as a whole, lists the following: beetles (15), flies (5), true bugs (3), sawflies, wasps and bees (1), moths (7) and thrips (3).
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