Adonis microcarpa
Adonis microcarpa, commonly known as Small-fruit Pheasant's-eye or Red Chamomile, is an annual herbaceous plant. The species is native to western Asia and southern Europe and is naturalised in Austra...
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Polygala sinisica
Polygala sinisica is a species of plant in the Polygalaceae family. It is endemic to Italy.
Polygala sinisica occurs only in Sardinia, along the coast at Capo Mannu, situated just north of Tharros...
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Ribes sardoum
Ribes sardoum, commonly called Sardinian Currant, is a species of plant in the Grossulariaceae family. It is endemic to Italy, only occurring on the island of Sardinia.
Ribes sardoum occurs only ...
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Bromus sterilis
Bromus sterilis is an annual or biennial species of bromegrass known as barren brome, poverty brome, and sterile brome.
It can be found between sea level and 365 metres, along roadsides, hedge bo...
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Thymus herba-barona
Thymus herba-barona is a species of thyme native to Corsica, Sardinia, and Majorca. It is also sometimes known by the common name caraway thyme, as it has a strong scent similar to caraway, for which ...
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Orchis brancifortii
Orchis brancifortii is a species of orchid endemic to Sardinia, Sicily, and southern Italy.
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Asplenium adiantum-nigrum
Asplenium adiantum-nigrum is a common species of fern known by the common name black spleenwort. It is found mostly in Africa, Europe, and Eurasia, but is also native to a few locales in Mexico and th...
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Carduus tenuiflorus
Carduus tenuiflorus, known variously as slender-flower thistle, sheep thistle, shore thistle, slender thistle, winged plumeless thistle, winged slender thistle, and winged thistle) is a species of th...
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Anacamptis morio
Anacamptis morio, the green-winged orchid or green-veined orchid (synonym Orchis morio) is a flowering plant of the orchid family, Orchidaceae.It is a native of western Eurasia, ranging from Europe to...
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Allium roseum
Allium roseum, commonly called rosy garlic, is an edible, Old World species of garlic native to much of Europe and the Mediterranean region, northern Africa, and western Asia, but widely naturalized o...
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Aquilegia barbaricina
Aquilegia barbaricina (also called Barbaricina Colombine) is a species of plant in the Ranunculaceae family. It is endemic to Italy, occurring only on the island of Sardinia.It is not entirely clear t...
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Centranthus amazonum
Centranthus amazonum is a species of plant in the Caprifoliaceae family. It is endemic to Italy.
Centranthus amazonum occurs in Sardinia, and is only found on Mount Oliena, at about 1,200 metres (...
Cytinus hypocistis
Cytinus hypocistis is an ant-pollinated species of parasitic plant in the family Cytinaceae having four subspecies. It is found primarily in locations that surround the Mediterranean Sea, and is the t...
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Aquilegia nuragica
Aquilegia nuragica or Aquilegia di Gorropu, commonly called Nuragica Columbine, is a species of plant in the Ranunculaceae family. It is endemic to Italy, on the island of Sardinia.
Aquilegia nura...
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The Bosana is the most common cultivar of olives in Sardinia. It makes up over 50% of the olive production on the island. The etymology of the name is uncertain, but it could refer to an alleged origi...
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Anacamptis longicornu
Anacamptis morio subsp. longicornu, formerly classified as Anacamptis longicornu, is a subspecies of orchid. It is found in southern Europe and western North Africa.
This orchid's flowers are whit...
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Ceratonia siliqua
Ceratonia siliqua, commonly known as the carob tree, St John's-bread, or locust bean (not to be confused with the African locust bean) is a species of flowering evergreen shrub or tree in the pea fami...
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