Reactions of Heracleum
lanatum to floral herbivory by Depressaria pastinacella.
Similar results were shown with increased potassium, calcium and magnesium with Lepidium latifolium (perennial pepperweed) (Blank and Young, 2002), increased potassium and magnesium with FaUopia japonica (Japanese knotweed), increased potassium with Heracleum
mantegazzianum (giant hogweed) and increased calcium with Prunus serotina (Vanderhoeven et al.
246] Anthriscus sylvestris  Carum carvi  Conopodium majus (Gouan) Loret  Heracleum
sibiricum  Laserpitium latifolium  Pastinaca sativa  Pseudocymopterus montanus  Pittosporaceae Pittosporum tobira Ait.
Sin embargo, Merino (1905) ya senalaba la presencia de Heracleum
Species found only at Botany Glen and not at other documented studies from the region include Ophioglossum vulgatum, Heracleum
lanatum, Triosteum perfoliatum, Trillium grandiflorum, Stylophorum diphyllum, Chelone oblique, and Viola palmata
The yohimbine rich bark of Corynanthe yohimbe, has been employed for centuries as an aphrodisiac (Johanson and Diamond, 1968) whilst Chelidonium majus, Heracleum
sphondylium and Satureja montana have been formulated into topical preparations by the European community for vaginal douches to increase sexual desire in women (Messegne, 1973).
The mapping and subsequent clearing of the IAS plant species, Rosa rugosa and Heracleum
mantegazzianum from an area of about 200ha;
vulgaris, Dipsacus fullonum, Epilobium hirsutum, Heracleum
The ones which pose the biggest potential hazards include monkshood (Aconitum), laburnum (except Laburnum x wateri 'Vossii' which rarely sets seed) and Heracleum
mantegazzianum (giant hogweed, admittedly not a garden plant, but it may crop up as a weed).
Surrounding wildflower populations in bloom included Aquilegia caerulea and Delphinium barbeyi (Ranunculaceae), Helianthella quinquenervis (Asteraceae), Heracleum
sphondylium (Apiaceae), Lathyrus leucanthus and Lupinus argenteus (Fabaceae) and Erythronium grandiflorum (Liliaceae).
Anthriscus sylvestris, Heracleum
sphondylium, and Vicia cracca all established evenly across the experimental matrix and did not show pronounced responses to the fertility and disturbance gradients.
Despite the existence of the black alder in these facies of the ash woodlands, they differ from the latter by the presence of many plants that are absent or are very rare in them, such as Ajuga reptans, Cardamine impatiens, Castanea sativa, Erica arborea, Heracleum
sphondylium, Holcus mollis, Hyacinthoides nonscripta, Ilex aquifolium, Mercurialis perennis, Oxalis acetosella, Polypodium vulgare, Primula acaulis, Quercus robur, Ranunculus tuberosus, Ruscus aculeatus, Sorbus aucuparia, Ulmus glabra, Vaccinium myrtillus, Valeriana montana and Woodwardia radicans, but are very common in the ash tree woodlands as a whole (Table 7).