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I think the more branched one is just a bit more mature.
That would make sense. Thanks Chalkie.
if in Uk would be pseudovirgata or perhaps virgata
Thanks Tim. I'm hoping to get the chance to see this plant again. What should I look for and/or measure to aid in its identification?
See the accout in our Plant crib http://www.bsbi.org.uk/Euphorbia.pdf
Thanks Tim - interesting fact sheet which I'll file away for later. I think however that in the meantime I'm just going to have to consider it as an unknown Spurge as I don't yet have the expertise to do otherwise.
c. 25cm high, stout for larger plants. Leaves lanceolate, toothless, alternate (almost 120 degrees between leaves at times). Little leaflets arising from stem where new flowerheads to grow. On smaller plants, little rosette of small overlapping leaves just under final flowerhead stems. Leaves c. 2-3cm long. Flowerhead 1-1.3cm wide. No hairiness. No colouration apart from a little orange/brown in flowerhead.
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