Andalusian Dutchman's pipe

Aristolochia baetica
Birthwort family (Aristolochiaceae)


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Aristolochia baetica, the Andalusian Dutchman's pipe or pipe vine, is a poisonous perennial vine that occurs from Algeria to Spain and Portugal.

Description

Aristolochia baetica is a rarely procumbent evergreen climber with triangular, cordate, glaucous lobes a quarter the size of the leaves. Flowers vary from 2 to 5 centimetres and are from brownish-purple to reddish.

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