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dogfennel or dog daisy.reference 1 (Eupatorium capillifolium) A perennial weed that usually grows between two and six feet tall and smells “unpleasant.”reference 2

 

 

1. Cassidy, Frederic Gomes, and Joan Houston Hall. 1985. Dictionary of American Regional English. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

2. Wikipedia contributors. 2007. Eupatorium Capillifolium. Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Accessed Feb 29 2008 from http:// en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Eupatorium_capillifolium.

Stinking Camomile
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Or, the common name for Stinking Camomile (Anthemis Cotula).reference 3

3. The Oxford English Dictionary Online. 2005. 3d ed. Accessed Feb 29 2008 from http:// dictionary.oed.com.

 

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About the illustrations: Figure 1 is Eupatorium capillifolium. It is in the public domain because it is a work of the United States Federal Government.

Figure 2 is Anthemis Cotula. It is from Koehler's Medicinal Plants 1887. It is in the public domain because the copyright has expired.

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