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- Silene latifolia (formerly Melandrium album), the white campion is a dioecious flowering plant in the family Caryophyllaceae, native to most of Europe...
- Silene dioica (syn. Melandrium rubrum), known as red campion and red catchfly, is a herbaceous flowering plant in the family Caryophyllaceae, native throughout...
- Anderson Lychnis taimyrensis ( Tolm. ) Polunin Lychnis triflora var. dawsonii B.L.Rob. Melandrium ostenfeldii A.E.Porsild Melandrium taimyrense Tolm....
- Caryophyllaceae Genus: Silene Species: S. undulata Binomial name Silene undulata Aiton Synonyms Silene capensis Otth Melandrium undulatum (Ait.) Rohrb....
- p.22, 30 Kolbert (2000), p.37 Kolbert, JM Keele: The First 50 Years, Melandrium Books; 2000. p39 Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh; obituaries...
- Lychnis and Silene species. Other recorded food plants include Melandrium viscosum, Melandrium rubrum and Viscaria vulgaris. Hadena perplexa perplexa Hadena...
- recorded on wing from late May to mid-July. The larvae possibly feed on Melandrium album. The name of this species refers to the country of origin. Fauna...
- four plant species from three familiesRumex acetosa (Polygonaceae), Melandrium album (Cariophyllaceae), Cannabis sativa and Humulus ****onicus (Cannabinaceae)...
- virus Megrivirus A Megrivirus B Megrivirus C Megrivirus D Megrivirus E Melandrium yellow fleck virus Melanoplus sanguinipes entomopoxvirus Meleagrid alphaherpesvirus...
- recently recorded from Sicily. Larvae have been recorded on Genista and Melandrium species. Agrotis endogaea endogaea Dumont, 1903 (Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily)...
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