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WILD CARROT Daucus carota

Wild Carrot (including the maritime sub-species Sea Carrot) is a native perennial which grows 30-50 cm in height and produces its distinctive umbels, which open and close like an umbrella, between June and August. This is a very important species ecologically as it not only does it host a good number of associated invertebrates, but also because supports a high invertebrate biomass at sites where it is frequent in the sward.

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ProvenanceVC41 Glamorgan (Swansea)
at Mewslade, Gower
at Mewslade, Gower
with Bee Beetle at Crymlyn Burrows
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