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Title: Notes on the flora of Malta 2 : Ammannia coccinea Rottboel
Authors: Lanfranco, Edwin
Briffa, Michael
Keywords: Plants -- Malta
Lythraceae -- Malta
Ammannia -- Malta
Issue Date: 1984-09
Publisher: The Central Mediterranean Naturalist
Citation: Lanfranco, E., & Briffa, M. (1984). Notes on the flora of Malta 2 : Ammannia coccinea Rottboel. The Central Mediterranean Naturalist, 1(3), 55.
Abstract: In June 1978 an unfamiliar Lythraceous plant was found growing at Marsa (east Malta) by one of the authors (MB). The plant was later identified as Ammannia coccinea Rottb., a native of the Americas (from U.S.A. to Brazil). It is known in Europe as an adventive weed of rice-fields in Spain and Portugal (WEBB, 1968; GUINEA LOPEZ and CEBALLOS JIMENES, 1974). More recently it was recorded, again in rice-fields, from Piedmont (provinces of Alessandria and Novara), Italy (ABBA, 1977).
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