On the verge of madness

Posted by Graeme Lyons , Sunday, 12 June 2011 19:28

Despite the horrific weather, Oli and I set out into East Sussex in search of Spiked Rampion. We found it with a little help from Penny Green and Michael Blencowe. We actually spotted it from the car. I was surprised that it had almost all gone over but we did see a few still in flower. It did recall Ribwort Plantain to some extent. We were only out of the car for ten minutes but still managed to get thoroughly soaked. Glad we went anyway as if I had waited till next weekend I don't think that there would have been any in flower. This Endangered, RDB, BAP species is entirely restricted to East Sussex. I end the weekend on 3439 species.

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