Bookham Common

This has been designated a Site of Special scientific interest and was mentioned in the Doomesday Book!!

Bristly Oxtongue

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Bristly Oxtongue – Picris echioides. Location – Bookham Common. Coarse bristles are evident.  Outer involucral bracts – large and leaf-like. Was found growing in abundance adjacent to the carpark.   The hairs on the stem (below) are T shaped. More information on Bristly Oxtongue

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