Adonis aestivalis, the summer pheasant's-eye, is a medicinal[medical citation needed] and ornamental plant. It is native to Europe but has been introduced elsewhere, such as the western and eastern parts of the United States. The specific epithet, aestivalis, is derived from Latin and means "pertaining to the summer".
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- Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture: Adonis aestivalis
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- Jepson Manual Treatment
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