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I see that you have a second post of white campion - were there any "redder" campions in the area?
Hi Mark -
No, not as far as I recall, and I did spend quite a bit of time looking at the site. But the side-on close-up of the flower reveals what looks to me like an almost white section in the lower petals. I wondered whether it might be a hybrid, but need to go back and take a closer look, I think.
... of the petals is a result of insufficient dynamic range in the camera - the pink has washed out to white.
I think it might be the hybrid, but I wait for fruits for confirmation.
Thanks again. Just hope that they haven't built something on this derelict site before the plant fruits!
I was told that dioica has reflexed capsule teeth, latifolia has erect capsule teeth, and hampeana has patent capsule teeth (in my experience the orientation of the capsule teeth is variable even on single plants); and that it is unsafe to identify the hybrid solely on the grounds of corolla colour.
How do you reliably identify the hybrid before it fruits?
Lat/Lng: 53.5810492, -2.4262475
OS grid ref: SD718094
Growing in the borders of a disused car park.