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infestation (Photo: Trevor James)
habit (Photo: Trevor James)
leaves (Photo: Trevor James)
close-up of stem with sticky hairs (Photo: Trevor James)
flowers and leafy floral bracts (Photo: Trevor James)
close-up of flowers, with three lower petal lobes and a hooded upper petal lobe (Photo: Trevor James)
Parentucellia viscosa (L.) Caruel
Bartschia viscosa L.Bartsia viscosa L.
sticky bartsia, sticky parentucellia, tarweed, yellow bartsia, yellow glandweed
Native to western and southern Europe.
Widely naturalised is southern Australia (i.e. in some parts of eastern New South Wales, in Victoria and Tasmania, in south-eastern South Australia, and in south-western Western Australia).
Also naturalised in the USA (i.e. California, Oregon, Washington, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi) and Hawaii.
Yellow bartsia (Parentucellia viscosa) is regsrded as an environmental weed in Victoria and Western Australia.
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