archaeophyte

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

archaeo- + -phyte

Noun[edit]

archaeophyte (plural archaeophytes)

  1. Any plant which was introduced to an area by humans (or arrived naturally, but from an area in which it was present as a human introduction) and became naturalised before 1500 CE (but especially in prehistoric times)

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