Artedia squamata ~ Crown or Madonna Flower

Artedia squamata ~ Crown Flower or Madonna Flower

أرتيديا

FAMILY: UMBELLIFERAE

Annual plant

Leaves: Alternate, rosette, dissected twice or more

Flowers: White

Flowering: March-May

Habitat: Woodlands, shrublands and desert

  • Artedia squamata was named by Linnaeus in honour of Peter Artedi (1705–1735), a Swedish naturalist. Artedi designed the system of naming organisms by a generic name and a specific epithet. Based on that, Linnaeus created the binominal nomenclature and hierarchical classification that is still in use for all organisms.


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Artedia squamata ~ Crown Flower or Madonna Flower

أرتيديا

FAMILY: UMBELLIFERAE

Annual plant

Leaves: Alternate, rosette, dissected twice or more

Flowers: White

Flowering: March-May

Habitat: Woodlands, shrublands and desert

  • Artedia squamata was named by Linnaeus in honour of Peter Artedi (1705–1735), a Swedish naturalist. Artedi designed the system of naming organisms by a generic name and a specific epithet. Based on that, Linnaeus created the binominal nomenclature and hierarchical classification that is still in use for all organisms.

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