Calament acinos (Calmamintha acinos) Alpen-Steinquendel

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Calament acinos (Calmamintha acinosAlpen-Steinquendel

Calament acinosCalament acinos (Calmamintha acinos)

FR – Sariette acine, Thym basilic, Petit Basilic sauvage, Pouiliot des champs, Clinopode champêtre.
Famille des Labiées
Biotope : pelouses calcaires sèches
DE – Der Alpen-Steinquendel oder die Stein-Bergminze (Acinos alpinus [= Calamintha alpina, Clinopodium alpinum]) ist eine Pflanzenart der Gattung Steinquendel in der Familie der Lippenblütler (Lamiaceae).
EN Calamintha is a genus of plants that belongs to the family Lamiaceae. Commonly called the calamints, there are about eight species in the genus (around 30 before revisions in taxonomy) which is native to the northern temperate regions of Europe, Asia and America.
Calamintha species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Coleophora albitarsella.