Fallopia × conollyana
|Fallopia × conollyana|
|Species:||F. × conollyana|
|Fallopia × conollyana
Fallopia × conollyana, the Haringey knotweed or railway-yard knotweed, is a hybrid between the Russian vine (Fallopia baldschuanica) and Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica). The only known wild British population was discovered ("new to science") by David Bevan at Railway Fields in 1987.
- Haringey’s Biodiversity Action Plan, September 2004.
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