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I thought spaces between the petals was significant but I see the longer terminal leaflet tooth is very clear in these 'Other observations' of F.vesca
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I am puzzled as this Strawberry was growing in oak leaf litter in damp glade. Francis Rose 'The Wild Flower Key' says Barren Strawberry found on mountains,grasslands or among rocks. Is photograph deceptive?
in all the woodlands I have visited around Cambridge. It often grows on bare clay patches, rather than in leaf litter.
I have re-visited site, measured and checked shape of leaves. This is certainly Potentilla sterilis and not Fragaria vesca.
Thank you all for the heads-up.
Lat/Lng: 53.3383, -2.0945
OS grid ref: SJ938823
Designated ancient wood. Coppicing continues for bio-diversity