Greater Yellow Rattle (Rhinathus angustifolius) - Stock Image

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Short to tall plant; stem erect, branched or unbranched, hairy, without black streaks. Leaves lanceolate to oval, toothed, pale green; bracts rhombic-triangular, evenly toothed, finely hairy. Flowers yellow, 18-20mm slightly curved, mouth closed; calyx with long whitish hairs, less marked in the fruiting stage.
Habitat: Meadows and other grassy habitats, to 2300m.
Flowering Season: May-September.
Distribution: Belgium, Holland and France. Rather local, occurring in both lowland and mountain regions, particularly in C. Europe.

This nice Plant is a half parasite on Grasses. It grows in the Netherlands in wet Grasslands, along Roadsides Ditches and Dune Valleys.

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