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Only one of the images is not MM aa yellow flower
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... are Cytisus scoparius, and were presumably uploaded in error.
The second is a yellow 5-petalled flower, without any indication of scale or foliage. I think I see some sepals behind it, in which case it isn't Caltha palustris which is apetalous (it has bright yellow sepals instead). With 5 petals Ficaria verna is unlikely, and some form of Ranunculus (acris? bulbosus? repens?) is the likely identification. The given date is also on the late side for Ficaria verna, but there are still a few flowers around in places.
Thanks for the ID and links Wildlife Ranger.
Lavateraguy- Hi, thanks for the suggestions. Am looking them up at the moment. It's quite hard to differentiate between them! Looking at the image again, F.verna does seem unlikely. It has more of a narrow petal to the image I previously uploaded.
Keep Snapping and enjoy Claire
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