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CORNISH MONEYWORT Sibthorpia europaea (Scrophulariaceae) Prostrate. Intriguing and distinctive, hairy and mat-forming perennial with slender, creeping stems that root at the nodes. Grows on damp, shady banks in woodlands and beside streams. FLOWERS are tiny, the corolla with 2 yellow lobes and 3 pink ones; solitary and borne on short, slender stalks (Jul-Oct). FRUITS are capsules. LEAVES are 2cm across, long stalked and kidney-shaped with 5-7 lobes. STATUS-Very locally common, but scattered and restricted to SW England, Sussex, S Wales and SW Ireland.