Rounded tapering leaves with prominent veins.
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Doesn't quite look right the veins are too distinct - how about Ajuga reptans?
Thanks, yes I wondered whether it might be Bugle. Both Ajuga reptans and Silene dioica are reported in these woods. You may well be right. I am very, very new to this. And I'm mainly learning by error. Maybe best wait until it flowers?
No don't wait keep trying (there is a book by John Poland about identifying plants vegetativle that is useful and I think the Freancis rose book does some vegetative identification. Bugle usually has slightly glossy leaves.
Thanks, will certainly take look at books you suggest, but observations by Landgirl (23/08/12) and Lee Gilham (02/08/12)clearly show same. Will agree on Ajuga reptans.
Lat/Lng: 50.9169, -0.1488
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