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Thanks for your last comments
I found some older photos with the wire fence this should help with the scale
My book is not detailed but it says that for common fumitory the leaves are greyish these look fairly green it also says that for common ramping fumitory the lower flower petal is slightly broader at the tip and toothed near the base, is this similar for common I don't know?
It also says that spikes are equalling their stalk for common ramping fumitory but not sure what this means either
Tall ramping fumitory has sepals that are sharply toothed all round so not this, these are the only 3 species (apart from white ramping) that are in my area.
What are your thoughts?
Lat/Lng: 52.1, -3.4
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