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Not known flower

Observed: 23rd August 2011 By: ex-royalex-royal’s reputation in Plantsex-royal’s reputation in Plantsex-royal’s reputation in Plantsex-royal’s reputation in Plants
Frosterly 048a
Description:

A bright yellow flower with 5 slightly ragged edged, well separated petals and numerous centrally fixed, star-bursting, spear-like stamen with tiny brown anther. Its smooth edged leaves are relatively long and thin and grow from the upper stem in bunches of 4 whilst they sprout from the lower stem in pairs partnering 2 offshoots.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Perforate St John's-wort (Hypericum perforatum) interacts

Comments

ophrys's picture

Fungi?

It would be good to edit and reclassify this as a plant, rather than a fungus!

Ian
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synan's picture

Good point

I didn't even notice!