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Fumitory

Observed: 30th August 2011 By: ap3535
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - course complete
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fumitory
Description:

Family Fumariaceae. Low, scrambling annual plant with thin hairless stems and bright green 3-5 lobed palmate leaves. Flowers tube-shaped, 0.5-1cm in a small spike alternately up the stem in spiral arrangement. Typically 15+ flowers per spike. Flo. June-Sept.

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Comments

Tim Rich's picture

How can you see the narrow

How can you see the narrow lower petal with erect margins in this photo? Am I missing a trick?

Tim Rich

synan's picture

By accessing the original

By accessing the original photo (the "Click here for full size image" option) and zooming in, some of the lower petals are visible, and the margins are apparent on a few. I was looking for dentate sepals too, but can't quite make them out.

ap3535's picture

Thanks for the ID.

Thanks for the ID.

Tim Rich's picture

I was missing that zoom-in

I was missing that zoom-in trick! thank you! Sepals have hint of toothing, fairly sure its muralis

Tim Rich