Creeping, climbing plant swamping plants on which it is growing; found along woodland/grassland margin.
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I thought you had to see these from the side to check the bracteoles to separate from silvatica?
Jamie from Briantspuddle
You don't have to, but the bracteoles are usually a clear unambiguous character which distinguishes C. sepium and C. silvatica. I try to get a view of them for confirmation, but at least sometimes C. silvatica can be positively identified at a distance by the larger flowers. More expert people can probably do better.
I can't identify this one from the photographs.
I have added a photo taken from the side and the epicalyx of two bracteoles appear longer than the calyx lobes and scarcely overlapping each other which would suggest C. sepium. Regards
Lat/Lng: 53.375238877797, -2.8791046142578
OS grid ref: SJ416868
Local Nature Reserve; woodland and grassland wildflowers, fungi, butterflies and bird life.