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Hydrocotyle vulgaris.........................Back

(marsh pennywort)

If you've got this, you've probably got a dune that floods occasionally. It's easily recognisable because it has circular leaves with the petiole (leaf stalk) coming from the middle. You'll find it creeping a long the ground (prostrate) and at all times of year because it's a perennial.


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