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Ranunculus  decurvus (Hook.f.) Melville   
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FamilyRANUNCULACEAE
Genus species var.Ranunculus  decurvus (Hook.f.) Melville 
SynonymsRanunculus scapiger var. decurvus Hook.f. (basionym)
 Ranunculus concinnus (Hook.f.) Melville
 Ranunculus scapiger var. concinnus Hook.f.
Territory AustraliaTasmania
grassland
Altitude subalpine-alpine
Description finely hirsute, leaves petiolate, in outline ovate, ternate, leaflets suborbiculate, coarsely dentate, to 1cm long, flowers solitary, petals 0-5, narrowly elliptic, 2-5mm long
Size1-3cm
Colorpale yellow
Bloomspring, summer
Ca
Typetuft
Cultivationmesic, slightly humous, sunny site
alpine house, moist, rich, drained soil, sun
Propagationseed in winter, barely covered, germ. 1-3 months, 10-16°C
division in spring just as young growth commences
BibliographyCurtis, W.M. (1956-1965) The Student´s Flora of Tasmania 1-3
Australian Plant Census biodiversity.org.au/nsl/services
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