buffalo clover

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buffalo clover:

see lupinelupine
or lupin
, any species of the genus Lupinus, annual or perennial herbs or shrubs of the family Leguminosae (pulse family). These leguminous plants have been cultivated in the Mediterranean region since ancient times for enriching the soil.
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Running buffalo clover at the cemetery is threatened by Japanese honeysuckle, wintercreeper, and periwinkle.
Rakes in tow, volunteers work to pull up the invasive ground cover around running buffalo clover sites.
Rediscovery of running buffalo clover excited botanists throughout its original range, and the search was on.
Genetic variation in running buffalo clover (Trifolium stoloniferum, Fabaceae).
Running buffalo clover's relationship with buffalo is thought to have depended on the animal's habit of periodically disturbing areas and creating open habitat, as well as dispersing seeds.
Abbreviations: DAI, days after inoculation; J2, second-stage juveniles; J3/J4, third-stage/fourth-stage juvenile, RKN, root-knot nematodes; RBC, running buffalo clover.
Trifolium stoloniferum, running buffalo clover: Description, distribution, and current status eastern USA.