Alchemilla glabra Neygenf.
Flora - Vascular - Native
According to Jermy & Crabbe (1978) it is the most freqent Alchemilla on Mull and the only species recorded from Lunga (Treshnish Isles),
According to Jermy & Crabbe (1978) it is found along stream and rover banks, roads and tracksides, damp gullies.
Upper stem is hairless and leaves are hairless on both surfaces except for the parts of the veins near edge of leaf on the underside. This differentiates this species from Alchemilla xanthochlora and Alchemilla filicaulis subsp. vestita.
ORIGIN OF RECORD
Recorded by Jermy & Crabbe (1978).
References and further reading
Jermy, A.C and Crabbe, J.A. (Ed.) 1978. The Island of Mull: A survey of its Flora and Environment. London. British Museum (Natural History).
This page last updated on 26 Aug 2014