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Trifolium macraei is a species of clover known by the common names Chilean clover, double-head clover, and MacRae's clover. It has a disjunct distribution, occurring on the coastline of Oregon and California in the United States, as well as in South America. It grows in coastal habitat, such as sand dunes, and disturbed areas. It is an annual herb taking a decumbent or erect form. The leaves are made up of oval leaflets 1 to 2 centimeters in length. The inflorescence is usually made up of two oval or rounded heads of flowers each measuring up to 1.5 centimeters wide. Each flower has a calyx of sepals which taper into densely hairy bristles. The flower corolla is purple or bicolored with white or pink.
- "Trifolium macraei". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 15 December 2015.
- Knapp, E. E. and P. G. Connors. (1999). Genetic consequences of a single-founder population bottleneck in Trifolium amoenum (Fabaceae). American Journal of Botany 86 124-30.
- Calflora Database: Trifolium macraei (Macrae's clover, Chilean clover)
- Jepson Manual eFlora (TJM2) treatment of Trifolium macraei
- GRIN Species Profile: Trifolium macraei
- UC CalPhotos gallery: Trifolium macraei
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