Cotoneaster integrifolius, 8 of 11

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Entire-leaved Cotoneaster

Eu-dicots (True dicotyledons)
Family: Rosaceae
Burren, Slopes of Abbey Hill.
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Very common on this side of the hill.

I identified it as this. A book I have on the Burren says that C. microphyllus is naturalised there. Stace says they are easily confused. I still think it's this !

and a real expert agrees with me, Dr E Charles Nelson
04 June 2005
Category: Wild-growing plants and fungi of the British Isles
British Isles status: introduced after 1500 AD

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Photographer: J R Crellin

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04/06/2005 11:24:41
1/60 sec - F/22
Lens: 60mm f/2.8 D
Sensitivity: ISO 500
Exp. compensation: -0.7 EV
Light value: 12.5

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