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Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Dusky Cranesbill

Dusky Cranesbill

Growing on the bank of the Calder between Luddenden Foot and Sowerby Bridge.

The seven lobed leaves often have dark marks at the base of lobes

Halifax Flora says this has been recorded in the past but is not known at present.
This is the only one I have seen.

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