ivy-leaved crowfoot



ivy-leaved crowfoot defined in 1956 year

ivy-leaved crowfoot - Ivy-leaved Crowfoot;
ivy-leaved crowfoot - Has shiny fleshy ivy- shaped floating leaves, nearly always no submerged ones, flowers only i-in. across, and hairless fruits. Common and usually on mud, rooting at intervals. The group includes (i) Ranunculus lenormandii Schultz, (Locally common plant) more local with larger flowers and leaves and beak of fruit more terminal, less lateral; and (ii) Ranunculus lutarius (Revel) Bouvet, (Scarce plant) uncommon, with leaves rather deeply lobed and the base of the fruit hairy.

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