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CUT-LEAVED CRANE’S-BILL Geranium dissectum (Geraniaceae) Height to 45cm. Straggly, hairy annual found on disturbed ground and cultivated soils. FLOWERS are 8-10mm across with pink, notched petals; borne on short stalks (May-Sep). FRUITS are downy. LEAVES are deeply dissected to the base, the lobes narrow and jagged. STATUS-Generally common throughout although scarce in N Scotland.
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CUT-LEAVED CRANE’S-BILL Geranium dissectum (Geraniaceae) Height to 45cm. Straggly, hairy annual found on disturbed ground and cultivated soils. FLOWERS are 8-10mm across with pink, notched petals; borne on short stalks (May-Sep). FRUITS are downy. LEAVES are deeply dissected to the base, the lobes narrow and jagged. STATUS-Generally common throughout although scarce in N Scotland.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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