Herbarium specimen: Ranunculus peltatus
|Taxon:||Ranunculaceae: Ranunculus peltatus Schrank. ("Pond Water-crowfoot")|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Ranunculaceae: Ranunculus peltatus Schrank. ("Pond Water-crowfoot")|
|Collected by:||Mr James Walter White|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC6 North Somerset, Barrow Gurney, ST56, Wurple Pool|
|exchanged:||Watson Botanical Exchange Club|
|Institution:||South London Botanical Institute (SLBI)|
|notes:||A peculiar form of thsis species having leaves much smaller than usual, and nerly all of them with +_imbricate lobes. The flowers, submerged leaves and carpels are those typical of peltatus, bu the lower fruiting peduncles are sometimes 8, or even10 cm in lengt. rather too robust for Hiern's elongatus - W H Pearshall.|
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|+||Ranunculus peltatus||GB, VC6 North Somerset, Barrow Gurney||James Walter White||4/5/1928||SLBI|
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Documented by dawn nelson on 26th January 2011.