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MOSSY STONECROP Crassula tillaea (Crassulaceae) Prostrate. Tiny, often reddish annual that is easily overlooked. Found on bare and usually damp sandy soil and gravel. FLOWERS are tiny, whitish and arise from leaf axils (Jun-Sep). FRUITS are dry and splitting. LEAVES are 1-2mm long, oval and densely crowded on the slender stems. STATUS-Extremely local, mainly in S and E England.
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