Meadow Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) in a Field - Stock image

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Upload date:June 19, 2013


Very variable medium to tall, usually hairy, perennial. Basal leaves deeplydivided into 3-7 narrow wedge-shaped segments, each toothed or lobed; stem leaves similar but smaller. Flowers golden-yellow, 15-25mm, with erect sepals. Achenes with a hooked beak, in rounded heads.Habitat: Damp meadows and pastures, especially hay meadows or on grazed land, road verges, open grassy woodland and ditches.Flowering Season: April-September.Distribution: Throughout Europe, often abundant.Like most species of Ranunculus the leaves are poisonous and are avoided by livestock; the presence of Protoanemonin in the sapgives the leaves a bitter taste.Related images:
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