Small plants found in crevices between rocks on Shropshire hill top
No interactions present.
White notched petals and leafless flower-stem. Fruits oval to eliptical.
the hair made me think it may be another species than E. verna. I'd key it out with e.g. Stace 3 (and a hand lens for hair shape). The taxonomy within Erophila has changed a lots of times and I'm not uptodate.
I don't think I'll ever get them !
I will have to dedicate some time to getting my eye in. I think I have a small understanding and then realise not!.
I'm never confident with them. I need a crucifer workshop! :)
We are fortunate to have an expert to look at them (Tim Rich).
He should write a book!
Oh - He did! :)
I'm sure I didn't repeat it. Lol
In recognition of IDs and agreements
Sorry, have I offended you by my title change in recognition of your identification? Many thanks for your pointers; I have no doubt over your expertise, and by examining other web-sites, I have since seen the differences between the various sub-species you mentioned, so a useful learning exercise for me. I appreciate that my adding an "Agreement" to your ID is of little real value, given your standing, but I am of course more than happy to do so.
Lat/Lng: 52.5322, -2.7886
OS grid ref: SO466929