Lupinus luteus (*)
Lupinus luteus L.
* Species Plantarum 2:722. 1753
Lupinus luteus is known as yellow lupin.
Its yellow seeds, known as lupin beans, were once a common food of the Mediterranean basin and Latin America. Today they are primarily eaten as a pickled snack food.
1.Intraspecific Diversity of Lupins
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