Trifolium repens

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Trifolium repens (commonly known as the White clover, Dutch clover or Ladino clover) is a species of herbaceous perennial plant in the Facabeae family, native to Europe and Central Asia but introduced to most of the planet.

Media[edit | edit source]

Assessment (April 2022): Wikimedia Commons files depicting T. repens include full-organism photos (alive and as herbarium specimens), detail photos, line and fully coloured illustrations. A good variety of files exist across a wide range of free licenses.

Notable outliers include a focus-stacked detail of the inflorescence, photos of the flower in its wilting stage and while being pollinated by several different species, a black and white frieze pattern incorporating the species into its design, and microscopic photos of the species' pollen and root nodule cross-section. Most files have no information concerning the subspecies or variety.

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Further reading[edit | edit source]

  • As of April 2022, T. repens has not been assessed by the IUCN.