Central Russia covered the ice storm

In the area of Balkan cyclone that swept the Capital Region, there were also many regions of Central Russia. Snow falls in the Kursk, Voronezh, Tver, Yaroslavl, Vladimir, Kaluga regions. Tula was taken to the roads of all the snow plow. Community services promise to keep the morning rush hour collapse on the roads. In the next few hours, according to weather forecasts, in the thaw begins. Expected wet snow on wires and trees, ice, snow drifts in some places. In Moscow snowfall started last night and will continue until the morning. During this time, could fall more than 10 centimeters Read more [...]
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Broomrape sand

Biennial or perennial herbaceous plant 15-45 cm, densely pubescent with short glandular hairs. The stem is simple (sometimes branching inflorescence), yellow-brown, often with a reddish tinge, bearing numerous lanceolate scales up to 20 mm. The inflorescence is a dense, many-flowered, cylindrical, usually a little shorter than the rest of the stem. Covering scales lanceolate, nearly equal to the calyx, on the edge and on the back densely glandular-pubescent. Cup light brown, glandular pubescent, with very prominent veins, to base into two segments. Venchikdlinoy 25-35 mm, advanced to the limb, Read more [...]
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Euphrasia Finnish

Annual plant height of 10-20 (40) cm with erect, slender, simple or with a few thin branches stems covered with sinuous multicellular simple and glandular hairs. The lower leaves are opposite, cuneate, obtuse, with 4-5 (6) blunt teeth; bracts almost opposite, shirokotreugolnye with acuminate teeth. All the leaves are pubescent of short bristles and long glandular hairs, especially at the base. Flowers in the apical, highly elongated inflorescence. Calyx longer than the mature fruit, pubescent like leaves. Corolla length 5.5-8 (9) mm, whitish, its lower lip with a yellow spot in the throat, Read more [...]
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Cornflower spreading

Biennial plant height from 10 to 50 cm Stems erect or ascending at the base, much branched, ribbed-grooved, sharply rough, sparsely arachnoid like leaves. Pinnate leaves into narrow linear pointed lobes. Baskets ovoid-cylindrical, are collected in a common spreading paniculate inflorescence. Involucre cylindrical, 8-10 mm long, 3-3.5 mm wide, leaves them with three veins and thorns cusp. The flowers are usually pale pink or whitish. Fruits - achenes brownish with a barely noticeable crest. It flowers from June to October, achenes ripen in July and October. Europe-Caucasus-Asia Minor form. Read more [...]
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Cleavers

Annual plant with shoots in length from 30 to 100 cm stem is weak, square in the nodes thickened, stiff, tenacious through the ribs lined spines facing down. Leaves linear-lanceolate, up from 15 to 50 mm and 25 mm wide, apex abruptly acuminate, narrowed to the base, the edges and bottom with spines, glabrous or with scattered hairs, sit at 6-8 in a whorl. Flowers in axillary 2-3 (rarely 5)-flowered semiumbels. Corolla white, with oblong lobes, anthers yellow. Fruits with hooked hairs sitting on tubercles. It flowers from May to September, the fruit ripens from June. Range of the species has Read more [...]
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Mullen black

Biennial or perennial herbaceous plant height of 50 to 140 cm stems are erect, branched above, often blackish-red at the base, cylindrical, above-striped ribbed, sparsely pubescent with branched hairs. Leaves cordate-oblong, green above, glaucous below usually through pubescence, basal and lower stem - to the plate 15-30 cm long and 5-15 cm wide, the edges dvoyakogorodchato-toothed, with long (20 cm) petioles, upper -lanceolate, crenate-toothed edges, subsessile. The flowers are collected in bundles of 5-10, and the beams in turn form the apical inflorescence, rather dense brush. Bracts linear, Read more [...]
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Urtica dioca

Perennial plant of up to 1.5 m, with strong roots and long horizontal rhizomes. Stem straight, simple or branched, square. The leaves are opposite, ovate-oblong, margin coarsely toothed, with petioles, covered, like the stem, stiff stinging hairs containing formic acid and hurts when you touch them. The plant is dioecious. The flowers are small, with a simple four-membered perianth, gathered in large numbers in the intermittent spike inflorescence, male plants inflorescence erect, in female-hanging. Flowering and fruiting throughout the summer. Common in Europe and Asia, is brought to the Read more [...]
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Wintergreen average

Perennial with zimnezelenymi leathery leaves, thin branched underground rhizome bearing adventitious roots at the nodes and developmental stalks. Leaves collected in the rosette; plates rounded or rounded-oval, leathery, glossy, ploskogorodchatye, at the upper end of the town there is a small papillary clove, which is the end of rib;, petiole longer than the plate. Petioles and peduncles almost always with a reddish tint. Flowering arrows 10-35 cm tall, with 6-10 flowers, in the middle of the left or slightly below, there is one sharp scaly leaves. Calyx lobes triangular, reddish. Corolla Read more [...]
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European dodder

Annual plant with red or reddish stems up to 2.5 mm. The flowers are small (2-3 mm), pink or pinkish-white, on short stalks, gathered in spherical balls with a diameter of 1.5 cm, with small bracts. Obconical cup, with four (sometimes five) shirokotreugolnymi obtuse lobes. Corolla calyx, with 4-5 oval-ovate straight blades, with inward curved tip; scales are small, with few fringe is at the top, do not reach the middle of the corolla tube. Columns of two, they are divergent, filiform, with a thread-like stigmas. Fruit-flattened-spherical capsule, dehiscing across lid, with four seeds. Blooms Read more [...]
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Seeded goosefoot

Annual plant up to 100 cm with branched stems. All leaves are entire, ovate to lanceolate, the lowermost - opposite. Flowers bisexual, pentamerous collected in the sinuses and end-whorled Kolos-eminent inflorescences. Perianth segments naked or with scattered glands. Flowers in July-September, fruiting in August. Common in Europe and Asia Minor. In Russia, found in the European part and Siberia. Frequent species in all regions of Central Russia. It grows on sandy bluffs river banks of reservoirs, on weed and waste places, in gardens and crops. Propagated by seeds, one plant in optimum conditions, Read more [...]
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Nagolovatka Ledebour

A perennial herbaceous plant from 15 to 75 cm Stems solitary or few, erect, simple, rarely slightly branched at the top, thick, cobwebby hairs. Stem leaves few, they are sedentary, but not decurrent, so do not stalk winged, basal leaves much larger than the stem, they are pinnately divided, rarely entire, while the stem leaves are mostly intact. Baskets diameter 2.5-4 cm Involucre naked or redkopautinistye; outer bracts lanceolate or linear, slightly shorter than the inner, outer and middle cuspid bracts herbaceous, erect. Corolla pink or purple. Fruits - dark brown or almost black achene with Read more [...]
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Shandra common

Perennial herb 30-60 cm tall with erect stems, whitish pubescence due appressed hairs. Leaves orbicular-ovate, wrinkled, green above, whitish below, felt, crenate-toothed on the edges, with short petioles. Flowers with recurved subulate bracts and white rim, collected in false whorls, placed at the bottom, at the top of rapprochement. Calyx tubular, dlinnovolosistaya with ten subulate hooked teeth, of which five are longer than others. Corolla bilabiate, the tube shorter than calyx, the upper lip erect, almost flat, narrow at the top dvunadrezannaya, lower - lobed, rejection, kidney bean with Read more [...]
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Mullen mealy

Biennial, sometimes perennial herbaceous plant from 50 to 160 cm, with spindle-shaped root. Stems are erect, ribbed, branched, like all plants, hairy tiny grayish stellate hairs. The leaves are ovate to oblong-lanceolate, basal and lower stem with short petioles, mid and high-seat, beneath densely pubescent, obtuse or acute, crenate on the edge. The flowers are collected in bundles of 2-7, which at the tips of stems form a branched inflorescence-pyramidal panicles. Calyx deeply dissected into five triangular-lanceolate lobes. Corolla yellow, with a diameter of 2 cm, rotate, slightly irregular, Read more [...]
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Ragweed

Annual plant height of 20 to 200 cm Stems branched, angular, sparsely appressed-hairy. The leaves are green above, glabrous, lower gray-green with short hairs, the lower - opposite, pinnately twice, the upper-alternate, once pinnately. Baskets are unisexual, small, upper-men on the shoots, flattened, fused with a wrapper, flowered, clustered in racemes general, the lower a woman, without perianth, with fused to the top wrap, flowered, are located in the axils of the upper leaves. Receptacle with bracts. Fruits - ovoid achenes without pappus. Flowers in July and October, fruits ripen from August. Comes Read more [...]
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Gryzhnik naked

The fine yellow-green perennial, 5-10 cm tall, dry scented coumarin, with a woody root, open or ascending stems, sometimes woody at the base, glabrous or pubescent. Leaves 2-7 mm long and 1-3 mm wide, oblong, elliptical or obovate, narrowed at the base into petiole, stipules broadly ovate, ciliate. Flowers sessile, collected in the glomeruli or axillary capitate-spicate inflorescences. Sepals five, blunt. Stamens five. Stigma sessile, bifid. Fruit - capsule, slightly higher than the cup. It flowers in May and September, fruiting in June-October. European-Central Asian species spread in Russia Read more [...]
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Lobelia Dortman

Herbaceous perennial aquatic plant height of 20-70 cm, containing a milky juice, with numerous white thin fibrous roots. The basal leaves are collected in outlet, they are linear, long (2) 3-7 cm, obtuse, apex somewhat bent downwards, cylindrical, hollow inside, divided by two longitudinal bulkheads. The floral stem simple, with small sparse linear scale-like leaves. The water serves only the uppermost part of the stem with a few drooping flowers in loose brush. Calyx deeply quinquepartite with obconical tube and equal tangy edged lanceolate-linear lobes. Corolla blue or white, two-lipped, Read more [...]
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Broomrape Kum, or sunflower

One-, two-or perennial herbaceous plant height of 10 to 50 cm, pubescent with short glandular hairs. The stem is yellowish or brownish, slightly thickened at the base, with a few widely lanceolate or ovate, scale-like leaves. Inflorescence many-flowered, cylindrical or oblong, usually loose, with far apart the lower flowers, the rest of the stem equal to or longer than him. Covering scales acuminate-ovate or ovate, calyx segments free, usually less than half its length, bifid or entire. Corolla up to 20 mm, tubular, strongly bent forward, with a clear constriction above the insertion of the Read more [...]
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Androsace northern

Annual height 6-20 cm Leaves lanceolate or linear-lanceolate, up expanded and toothed, glabrous or short-pubescent with simple or forked hairs. Arrows many, many-flowered, covered with short and thin, branched hairs, to the end of flowering, almost naked. Exposed leaves numerous, linear-lanceolate, acute, up to 3 mm, is much shorter than the peduncles, which in turn several times shorter than the arrows and they are thin, uniform size, sticking out. Calyx campanulate, ribbed angular. Corolla white, with a diameter of 5 mm. It flowers from April to July, the fruits ripen at different times, Read more [...]
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Broomrape Kum, or sunflower

One-, two-or perennial herbaceous plant height of 10 to 50 cm, pubescent with short glandular hairs. The stem is yellowish or brownish, slightly thickened at the base, with a few widely lanceolate or ovate, scale-like leaves. Inflorescence many-flowered, cylindrical or oblong, usually loose, with far apart the lower flowers, the rest of the stem equal to or longer than him. Covering scales acuminate-ovate or ovate, calyx segments free, usually less than half its length, bifid or entire. Corolla up to 20 mm, tubular, strongly bent forward, with a clear constriction above the insertion of the Read more [...]
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Mullen black

Biennial or perennial herbaceous plant height of 50 to 140 cm stems are erect, branched above, often blackish-red at the base, cylindrical, above-striped ribbed, sparsely pubescent with branched hairs. Leaves cordate-oblong, green above, glaucous below usually through pubescence, basal and lower stem - to the plate 15-30 cm long and 5-15 cm wide, the edges dvoyakogorodchato-toothed, with long (20 cm) petioles, upper -lanceolate, crenate-toothed edges, subsessile. The flowers are collected in bundles of 5-10, and the beams in turn form the apical inflorescence, rather dense brush. Bracts linear, Read more [...]
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