Common names: hedgeparsley; spreading hedgeparsley
Torilis arvensis (hedgeparsely) (family Apiaceae) occurs throughout California in disturbed sites and woodlands. It has small hooks on the mature fruit, which and cling to clothing, hair or fur, facilitating long distance dispersal.Rating: Moderate
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- Oneto, S., J. M. DiTomaso, et al. (2004). Control of hedge parsley (Torilis arvensis). California Invasive Plant Council Symposium 2004. Ventura, CA.
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