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- Laserpitium is a genus of plants of the family Apiaceae. Laserpitium galli**** L. Laserpitium gaudinii Moretti Laserpitium halleri Crantz Laserpitium latifolium...
- Laserpitium latifolium, common name broad-leaved sermountain, is an herbaceous perennial plant in the genus Laserpitium of the family Apiaceae. Laserpitium...
- Laserpitium siler, common name laserwort, is a herbaceous perennial plant of the family Apiaceae. Laserpitium siler can reach a height of about 30–100...
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- Spain. Larvae and adults feed on Apiaceae species, mainly on Laserpitium latifolium, Laserpitium galli**** and Peucedanum cervaria. The adults grow up to 17–19...
- reported in ****ociation with plants in the genera Ferulago, Cachrys, Laserpitium, and Diplotaenia. Molecular studies have shown Pleurotus nebrodensis...
- Austria, Italy and Croatia. The larvae feed on the leaves of Laserpitium siler, Laserpitium latifolium and Ligusti**** lucidum. The species overwinters as...
- wingspan is about 23 mm. The larvae feed on Laserpitium species, including Laserpitium siler and Laserpitium halleri, as well as Pimpinella anisum (anise)...
- honeydew, while young larvae feed gregariously on a few flowering plants (Laserpitium, Seseli and Peucedanum species). Fauna europaea Biolib Taeger, A. 2002...
- Any plant of the genus Illecebrum. Laserwort - Any plant of the genus Laserpitium. Lazarwort - Laserwort. Leadwort - Any plant of the genus Plumbago. Lesser...
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