Growing in kerb. Leaves up to a bit more than two inches across.
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Thanks for the ID. I'm wondering if you would be able to give me an idea about how to tell cranesbill and mallow apart. It's probably obvious once you know but, to me, the leaves look very similar.
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In my case I didn't so much learn to tell the families apart as learn to identify the individual species.
In this case the red spot where the petiole joins the blade identifies it as a mallow.
The presence of stellate hairs is a fairly good marker for mallows.
Thanks. That's really helpful.
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