The garbancera grass or melera grass (Ononis pubescens) is a botanical species belonging to the Fabaceae family.
Annual herb, branched, ascending and densely covered with yellowish and sticky glandular hairs. The leaves are trifoliate in the lower part, but unifoliate in the upper part. The lemon-colored flowers are 15-20 mm long, and the 9-13 mm fruit hardly protrudes from the calyx. Blooms in spring. Like Ononis ornithopodioides but hairier.
Throughout the Mediterranean, but absent from most of the smaller islands, as well as from Corsica, Sardinia, and Sicily. It grows on sandy soils, pine forest clearings, and bushes.
This plant might be poisonous
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