Flora of Northern Ireland
  • Coronopus squamatus (Forsskaol) Asch. - Swine-cress
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Coronopus squamatus
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Coronopus squamatus
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A low-growing annual species of hard-packed ground near the coast. Perhaps a native species. Differing from the lesser swine's cress C. didymus in having fruits which have a ridged or lumpy surface (smoother in C. didymus).

All names: Coronopus squamatus (Forsskaol) Asch.; Coronopus procumbens Gilib.; Coronopus ruellii All.; Coronopus coronopus (L.) Karst.; Senebiera coronopus (L.) Poir.