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Stinking Tutsan

Observed: 21st September 2011 By: Graeme
The Anton River Conservation Association
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St John's 21.9.11.Andover Town Mills Path
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Description:

This has been growing in town for years and this year spread for the first time. It looks like Tutsan but seems to have a thiner taller appearance and a seed head with lots of tiny seeds.It grows only by the river

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Stinking Tutsan (Hypericum hircinum) interacts

Comments

corylus's picture

Hypericum hircinum

Naturalised in many parts of the UK. Native to the Mediterranean.

Hazel Trevan

Graeme's picture

very intersting, not heard of

very intersting, not heard of that one. Didn't notice any goat smell

Graeme Davis