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COMMON RAMPING-FUMITORY Fumaria muralis (Fumariaceae) Height to 10cm. Spreading or upright annual of arable land, banks and walls. FLOWERS are 9-11mm long and pinkish purple with dark tips, the lower petal almost parallel-sided (not paddle-shaped) with erect margins; borne in spikes of 12-15 flowers (Apr-Oct). FRUITS are globular and 1-seeded. LEAVES are much divided. STATUS-Widespread and fairly common.
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COMMON RAMPING-FUMITORY Fumaria muralis (Fumariaceae) Height to 10cm. Spreading or upright annual of arable land, banks and walls. FLOWERS are 9-11mm long and pinkish purple with dark tips, the lower petal almost parallel-sided (not paddle-shaped) with erect margins; borne in spikes of 12-15 flowers (Apr-Oct). FRUITS are globular and 1-seeded. LEAVES are much divided. STATUS-Widespread and fairly common.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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