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Thanks for the suggestion Andrew. I did consider C. acanthifolia and am not sure how to separate it visually from C.acaulis (is this possible from a photo?), but thought C. acaulis more likely from the location, at around 1800m in Triglav park. C. acaulis is listed on the park's species list, but not C.acanthifolia (though the list may not be complete), but more than this, C. acaulis is known to grow way up to 2500m or so, but I can only find records of C. acanthifolia up to around 1500m. zipodezoo.com also states the typical range for acanthifolia as up to 1250m, acaulis to 2500m . This site also lists acanthifolia as a lower altitude species than acaulis: http://herbier-a3v.org/herbiernum/habitats.php
Nick Upton, naturalist and photographer.
Lat/Lng: 46.2414, 13.8369
Limestone mountain at 1800m