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- as medicinal herbs. Species include: Galeopsis × a****inata Rchb. - Germany (G. pubescens × G. tetrahit) Galeopsis bifida Boenn. – bifid hemp-nettle, split-lip...
- some authorities to have arisen as a natural hybrid between Galeopsis pubescens and Galeopsis speciosa. Common hemp-nettle is an erect annual plant and...
- Galeopsis bifida is an annual plant native to Europe and Asia but now found in Canada and the northeastern, midwestern parts of the United States. It...
- L. galeobdolon Binomial name Lamium galeobdolon (L.) Crantz Synonyms  Galeopsis galeobdolon L. Lamiastrum galeobdolon (L.) Ehrend. & Polatschek Galeobdolon...
- Galeopsis speciosa, the large-flowered hemp-nettle or Edmonton hempnettle, is a species of annual herbaceous plants in the family Lamiaceae. It is native...
- original (xls) on 2015-01-25. Retrieved 2014-10-17. Media related to Galeopsis segetum at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Galeopsis segetum at Wikispecies...
- Boehmeria flame nettleColeus hedge nettleStachys hemp nettleGaleopsis horse nettle: Agastache urticifolia – horse-nettle Solanum carolinense...
- *Eriothymus Erythrochlamys Euhesperida *Eurysolen *Faradaya *Fuerstia *Galeopsis *Garrettia Geniosporum *Glechoma *Glechon *Glossocarya *Gmelina *Gomphostemma...
- woundwort (Stachys annua) being the causal agent. It has been suggested that Galeopsis ladanum seeds are not responsible. Migration routes and season may affect...
- also other plants of family Lamiaceae (Galeopsis grandiflora, Galeopsis speciosa, Galeopsis tetrahit, Galeopsis pubescens, Melissa officinalis, Salvia...
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