Lus lussagh

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Ta Trientalis latifolia ny lus lussagh sheer-vio ta cummal ayns straih thallooin ny keylley ayns America Heear Hwoaie.

Ta lus lussagh ny lus gyn sheer-ghass fuyghagh erskyn thallooin. Ta ny duillagyn as gish erskyn thallooin eck fioghey ec jerrey'n imbagh aase.[1] Ta lossreeyn lussagh sheer-vio, bleinoil as daa-vleinoil ayn.[2] Ta lossreeyn lussagh bleinoil geddyn baase erreish daue ymmyrkey mess, ny ec jerrey'n imbagh, as gaase reesht jeh'n rass oc.[3] Ta gish lossreeyn lussagh daa-vleinoil ny sheer-vio fioghey, agh ta oltyn elley tannaghtyn bio, myr sampleyr fraueyn, cormaneyn, sthollaneyn ny raisoamyn. Ta daa-vleintagyn lussagh goaill stiagh carradje, cushag, as pesmad; ta lossreeyn sheer-vio goaill stiagh lus ny keylley, ymmodee renniee as mynthey. Ta gish fuyghagh lossreeyn sheer-vio neulussagh tannaghtyn bio erskyn thallooin car ny bleeaney as cur magh stholeyn 'syn imbagh aase; t'adsyn goaill stiagh biljyn as crouwyn.

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  1. Elizabeth Martin; Robert Hine (2008). "herbaceous", A Dictionary of Biology. Oxford University Press. Feddynit er 2011-03-21.
  2. Texas Tech University, Plant and Soil Science Department. Herbaceous Plant ID Lab (Baarle). Feddynit er 2011-03-21.
  3. Levine, Carol. 1995. A guide to wildflowers in winter: herbaceous plants of northeastern North America. New Haven: Yale University Press. page 1.