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Links to more identification articles [at Cumbria Botany ]
Cumbrian snowdrops ~ Galanthus
Cumbrian Crocuses ~ Crocus
Cumbrian squills ~ Chionodoxa and Scilla
Cumbrian cherries/plums ~ Prunus
Bluebells ~ Hyacinthoides
Cumbrian violets & pansies ~ Viola
Currants ~ Ribes
Lesser Celandine subspecies ~ Ficaria verna
Northern Hawk’s-beard ~ Crepis mollis
Enchanter’s-nightshades ~ Circaea
[Note that some of these have a local Cumbrian focus, but others cover all UK representatives.]

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