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    hemlock - Gefleckter Schierling, wiss.: Conium maculatum

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    hemlock bot. - Gefleckter Schierling, wiss.: Conium maculatum

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    hemlock

    bot. -

    der Schierling, Pl.: die Schierlinge, wiss.: Conium maculatum


    poison hemlock

    bot. -

    der Schierling, Pl.: die Schierlinge, wiss.: Conium maculatum


    Examples/ definitions with source references
    current LEO-entries:
    Dictionary: Conium maculatum
    • poison hemlock [bot.] = Gefleckter Schierling wiss.: Conium maculatum
    • hemlock [bot.] = der Schierling wiss.: Conium maculatum

    NOTE: This proposal suggests the following:
    • poison hemlock [bot.] = Gefleckter Schierling wiss.: Conium maculatum NO CHANGE
    • hemlock [bot.] = der Schierling Pl.: die Schierlinge wiss.: Conium maculatum

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    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/...
    hemlock
    […]
    noun
    1 A highly poisonous European plant of the parsley family, with a purple-spotted stem, fern-like leaves, small white flowers, and an unpleasant smell.
    Conium maculatum, family Umbelliferae
    […]
    Origin
    Old English hymlice, hemlic, of unknown origin.

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hemlock
    hemlock
    noun hem•lock \ˈhem-ˌläk\
    […]
    1 a : any of several poisonous herbs (as a poison hemlock or a water hemlock) of the carrot family having finely cut leaves and small white flowers
    […]
    Origin of HEMLOCK
    Middle English hemlok, from Old English hemlic
    First Known Use: before 12th century

    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/hemlock?s=t
    hemlock
    [hem-lok]
    […]
    noun
    1. a poisonous plant, Conium maculatum, of the parsley family, having purple-spotted stems, finely divided leaves, and umbels of small white flowers, used medicinally as a powerful sedative.
    […]

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/poi...
    poison hemlock
    noun
    Definition of POISON HEMLOCK
    : a large European biennial poisonous herb (Conium maculatum) of the carrot family that is naturalized in the United States and has finely divided leaves and small white flowers — compare water hemlock
    First Known Use of POISON HEMLOCK
    circa 1818

    https://www.ahdictionary.com/word/search.html...
    poison hemlock
    n.
    A highly poisonous plant (Conium maculatum) in the parsley family, native to Eurasia and Africa and widely naturalized in North America, having a stout stem, bipinnately compound leaves, and compound umbels of small white flowers.

    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/poison_hemlock
    poison hemlock
    […]
    Noun
    poison hemlock ‎(usually uncountable, plural poison hemlocks)
    1. The European hemlock Conium maculatum, an extremely poisonous plant in the carrot family, Apiaceae
    […]

    http://rbg-web2.rbge.org.uk/cgi-bin/nph-readb...
    Conium maculatum
    Authority (Brummitt & Powell): L.
    Place of original publication: Sp. Pl. 243 (1753)
    Native/Alien: N
    English name: Hemlock

    http://www.eol.org/pages/581784/overview
    Conium maculatum
    Hemlock

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conium_maculatum
    Conium maculatum (hemlock or poison hemlock) is a highly poisonous perennial herbaceous flowering plant in the carrot family Apiaceae, native to Europe and North Africa.

    http://plants.usda.gov/core/profile?symbol=COMA2
    Conium maculatum L.
    poison hemlock

    http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/crops/fac...
    Name: Poison hemlock, Conium maculatum L.

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    http://www.blumeninschwaben.de/Zweikeimblaett...
    Gefleckter Schierling
    (Conium maculatum)
    […]
    English name:
    Poison Hemlock

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    http://www.floraweb.de/pflanzenarten/artenhom...
    Wissenschaftlicher Name: Conium maculatum L.
    Deutscher Name: Gefleckter Schierling
    Familienzugehörigkeit: Apiaceae, Doldengewächse
    Status: einheimisch

    https://www.infoflora.ch/de/flora/1511-conium...
    Conium maculatum L.
    […]
    Gefleckter Schierling

    http://www.dwds.de/?qu=Schierling
    Schierling
    mask., -s/-es, -e, fast nie im Plural
    zu den Giftpflanzen gehörender, ein bis zwei Meter hoher weiß blühender Doldenblütler mit rübenförmigen Wurzeln

    http://www.wissen.de/rechtschreibung/schierling
    Schierling
    Schier|ling 〈m. 1〉 (giftige Stoffe enthaltendes) weiß blühendes Doldengewächs [< mhd. scherlinc < mnddt. scharn, zu altnord. skarn „Mist“; entweder wegen des Geruchs oder wegen des Standorts]

    http://www.duden.de/rechtschreibung/Schierling
    Schierling, der
    […]
    BEDEUTUNGSÜBERSICHT
    (zu den Doldenblütlern gehörende) hochwachsende, sehr giftige Pflanze mit hohlem Stängel, fiederteiligen Blättern und großen weißen Doldenblüten

    http://www.canoo.net/inflection/schierling:N:M
    Flexion von Schierling
    Wortklasse: Nomen
    Genitiv Singular: Schierlings
    Nominativ Plural: Schierlinge
    Artikel: der
    Flexionsklasse: s/e
    Comment
    Native & growing wild in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, UK, Ireland, all of Europe, northern & northeastern Africa, & western & central Asia. Naturalized in southern Africa, China, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands, Canada, US, Mexico, Central America, & South America.
    Distribution / Verbreitung: in the Northern Hemisphere
    in Europe
    in Germany
    in Switzerland
    in the United States
    Pictures / Bilder

    Other English names (not proposed):
    beaver poison
    bunk
    California fern
    carrot fern
    cashes
    deadly hemlock
    devil’s porridge
    fool’s parsley
    herb Bennet
    musquash root
    Nebraska fern
    poison parsley
    poison snakeweed
    poison stinkweed
    poisonroot
    snakeweed
    spotted corobane
    spotted cowbane
    spotted hemlock
    spotted parsley
    stinking hemlock
    winter fern


    Andere deutsche Namen (nicht vorgeschlagen):
    das Bangenkraut
    der Blutschierling
    das Dollkraut
    Echter Schierling

    der Erdschierling
    der Europa-Fleckenschierling
    der Fleckenschierling
    die Giftpetersilie
    der Giftschierling
    die Krottenpetersilie
    der Mäuseschierling
    das Schwindelkraut
    der Sokrates-Schierling
    Stinkender Schierling

    der Tollkerbel
    das Tollkraut
    der Vogeltod
    der Würgling
    der Ziegendill

    Taxonomic citation:
    Conium maculatum Linnaeus, Species Plantarum 1: 243. 1753.

    Other scientific synonyms (not proposed):
    Coriandrum maculatum (L.) Roth (1788)
    Selinum conium (Vest) E.L. Krause (1904)
    Sium conium Vest (1806)

    FYI
    related LEO-entries:
    aus dem Russisch-Wörterbuch:
    Dictionary: [ru-de] Conium maculatum
    • болиголо́в [бот.] м. = der Schierling Pl.: die Schierlinge wiss.: Conium maculatum

    4168 - Apiaceae / Umbelliferae
    Author Agalinis (714472) 17 Sep 15, 21:34
     
     
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