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Red Dead-nettle

Observed: 1st April 2011 By: George WGeorge W’s reputation in PlantsGeorge W’s reputation in PlantsGeorge W’s reputation in Plants
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Description:

Called 'dead' nettle because it looks like stinging nettle but does not sting. The scientific part of its name 'lamium' comes from Greek and means/meant 'the throat' because, to the person who named it, its flower reminded him/her of an open throat.

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Species interactions

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Species with which Red Dead-nettle (Lamium purpureum) interacts