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Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by ponderoni, Jul 25, 2020.
... the leaf pattern is different.
What is it?
Still a Lysimachia.
@ponderoni, good afternoon, when I saw the photos I would have said Lysimachia vulgaris Yellow loosestrife.
Maybe its close relative Lysimachia punctata - can you get some detailed close-ups of the flowers and sepals, please?
I will try to get some better quality pics in the next day or two.
In the meantime, the flowers are in a cluster at the top of the stem.
No flowers along the stem.
@ponderoni, IMO after viewing these photos, it is still Lysimachia vulgaris.
Just wanted to upload these better quality photos.
By process of elimination, this does not look like any Lysimachia punctata I have ever encountered and definitely not L. nummuleria so . . . L. vulgaris looks like a good bet. Not very scientific though, I have to admit.
Lysimachia punctata has more red at the centre than what we see in @ponderoni's photos.
Thank you one and all for your input.
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Thanks! Yes, L. vulgaris it is.
@ponderoni, nice reply. Got there in the end for Lysimachia vulgaris.