Crowfoot Plant



More commonly associated with bare muddy ground close to water rather than in streams, this is a difficult plant to distinguish from other similar-looking crowfoot since several of them also have ivy-shaped leaves. The fact that it is not actually in flowing water is a key factor.

The flowers are small and have five petals with sepals that are almost the same length.





 Buttercup Family,

17/6/15
Tong Park/ Baildon



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25/6/15
Tong Park

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