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... more about "Aconitum"
D. E. Brink +  and J. A. Woods +
Linnaeus +
Monkshood +, aconite +, wolfsbane +  and aconit +
Circumboreal +  and southward into n Mexico and n Africa. +
according to Pliny, the name "aconite" is taken from the ancient Black Sea port Aconis +
Sp. Pl. +  and Gen. Pl. ed. +
brink1982a +, brink1994a +, hardin1964a +, kadota1987a +, munz1945a +  and shteinberg1970a +
Aconitum +
Ranunculaceae +