Growing in small clusters along public footpath through arable fields.
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Did you really mean Ranunculus verna or Ficaria verna?
The scientific name for Lesser Celandine, R. ficaria, was chosen for me by iSpot. Regards
Thanks Hugh, I wasn't questioning your identification and the accepted practise seems to be to accept the iSpot classification even if it's not the most up to date version.
I was really just querying Norwichnaturalist's suggestion of 'Ranunculus verna' because it seemed to me, with my limited knowledge, to be a combination of the two common classifications. I just wanted to know whether or not it was actually an accepted version in its own right.
Lat/Lng: 53.4603, -2.5879
OS grid ref: SJ610961
Highfield Moss, Lowton. SSSI, mixed farmland, (woodland and meadows) and neutral fringes.