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Bloody Cranes (Geranium sanguineum) (June, 2013)<br />
This plant reaches on average 30&ndash;50 cm in height. The petiolate leaves have five lobes, each tripartite. The flowers have a diameter of 2.5 to 4 cm. and are purple blue.<br />
Habitat: The typical habitat of this species are the woods, especially deciduous forests, forest edges, the dry bushy hillsides, arid grasslands and xerophilous scrubs (including rocky slopes). Found while hiking up a rocky path up the mountain in Glencoe. Geranium sanguineum Click/tap to enlarge Country intro

Bloody Cranes (Geranium sanguineum)

(June, 2013)
This plant reaches on average 30–50 cm in height. The petiolate leaves have five lobes, each tripartite. The flowers have a diameter of 2.5 to 4 cm. and are purple blue.
Habitat: The typical habitat of this species are the woods, especially deciduous forests, forest edges, the dry bushy hillsides, arid grasslands and xerophilous scrubs (including rocky slopes). Found while hiking up a rocky path up the mountain in Glencoe.

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''Geranium sanguineum'', commonly called bloody cranesbill or bloody geranium, is a species of hardy flowering herbaceous perennial plant in the genus ''Geranium'', Geraniaceae family. It is also the county flower of Northumberland and equally the county's affiliated ship, HMS Northumberland.

Similar species: Geraniales
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded Jan 24, 2016. Captured Jun 19, 2013 13:36.
  • SP-820UZ
  • f/3.7
  • 10/600s
  • ISO80
  • 5.7mm