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Observed: 26th May 2013 By: jeltje
Added: 20th September 2013
Photo not good enough to establish species,but on closer examination there seems to be 2 types of leaves partly visible,some ternate triangular others more dissected.All the flowers seem to have non-reflexed petals.That eliminates Bulbous buttercup which has reflexed sepals.The flower stems seem smooth,with one maybe grooved. Possibilities are thus Meadow buttercup and/or Creeping buttercup,but could not see runners of the latter specie.Growing on damp meadows prone to flooding.