Is Greater Ammi Poisonous to Cats and Dogs?

Greater Ammi

The Greater Ammi is poisonous for both cats and dogs.

Typical symptoms include blindness, conjunctivokeratitis, loudy cornea, photophobia, and photosensitization.

Greater Ammi originated from the Nile River valley and has the characteristic of lace-like flower clusters. Common for its name bishop’s weed and lady lace, Greater ammi is a part of the carrot family Apiaceae.

The scientific name for this plant is Ammi majus. Additional name for this plant include Bishop’s Weed, Bullwort, False Bishop’s Weed, False Queen Anne’s Lace, and Laceflower.

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