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Papaver rhoeas has a wide native range across Europe, Northern Africa, and Western and Central Asia. P. rhoeas also has an abundance of common names, including common poppy, corn poppy, and Flanders poppy.
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Papaver rhoeas became a symbol of the sacrifices of World War I, due to their abundance in fields where many battles of the war were fought; they were further associated with the war when included in the poem “In Flanders Field” by Col. John McCrae.