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This is unlikely to be dwarf gorse since it is flowering in February. Dwarf gorse does not usually flower until later in the year from July until October.
Also the spines on U. minor are smaller.
Since it was found in Devon there is a chance it is U. gallii but this species also tends to flower later in the year.
U. europaeus is the most likely.
Also hybridises. But I expect it to be eurpoeus
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Agree this is most likely to be U. europaeus, given the time of year. There is U. gallii at Warleigh Point, though. Look for it flowering during July and August
Lat/Lng: 50.4, -4.2
OS grid ref: SX4460