Found in Newborough / rhosyr dunes
No interactions present.
Clearly not subsp. incarnata which is a rather fleshy colour. The leaves seem to be virtually unspotted and the flower colour, although difficult to judge accurately on a photograph is not the deep red-purple associated with subsp. pulchella.
BSBI VC Recorder
I resisted the temptation to supply a subspecies, Chris. I was thinking coccinea but could not be sure if it was too pale for that, but they do fade with age and lose the really rich red of the fresh flowers. The habitat would be right.
recording wildlife with The Recorder's Year on www.hbrg.org.uk/TRY.html.
Lat/Lng: 53.1, -4.4
OS grid ref: SH4363