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Brassicaceae

Observed: 28th September 2011 By: Beagle
Friends of Childwall Woods and FieldsMerseyside BioBankThe Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and
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Brassicaceae
Description:

Low-growing bushy plant with pale yellow flowers growing on edge of replanted wildflower meadow.

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synan's picture

Brassicaceae ?

The yellow flowers and beaked fruits suggest some sort of crucifer perhaps.

cicuta58's picture

Crucifer

Looks more like a Crucifer, but the overexposure makes it hard to see.

cicuta58

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Brassicaceae

Perhaps the only answer is to get a better photo or higher spec. camera! Disappointing because the digital menu settings were Close-up, no-flash, BSS (Best Shot Selector) and AWB (Auto White Balance)in this unusual 'summer light'.
Thanks for the botanical help.
Regards

Hugh