Growing by industrial fence line. Can never get good pics of these for some reson
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It states three kind's but I would think it is Common Fumitory -Fumaria officinalis
I was wondering if it could be F.densiflora (micrantha) as it seems to be quite a dense raceme. Looking at the bracts would help, if they are as long as, or longer than the pedicel then it would be F.densiflora.
I had a look at the plant again today, never looks at bracts etc before so hope I looked at the right thing.If I did then the bracts are shorter then the pedicel
The bract is on the underside at base of the pedicle where it joins the peduncle. See iSpot observation "Unknown fumitory
Observed by oceanlis2000 on 28th September 2010", (http://www.ispot.org.uk/image/view/86974/preview) the photographs there show the bract. If the bracts are shorter ten I agree it is likely F. officinalis.
I have added some closer up pics of the flower. If I looked at the bracts correctly they looked long?
I've now uploaded some of my good densiflora photos - it looks quite different. The bracts are very clear on the fruiting photo. Your plant is F. officinalis. Buy Rose Murphy's BSBI Fumaria handbook, its all clearly set out in there.
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