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Wall Pennywort

Umbilicus rupestris


The plant is found in southern and western Europe, often growing on shady walls or in damp rock crevices that are sparse in other plant growth (thus, "wall" pennywort), where its succulent leaves develop in rosettes. It is not at present under threat


Small plant usually observe in trees and old houses.

No species ID suggestions


Machi 4 years ago

If it is wet or damp, Hydrocotyle species can survive. I have even seen them in a pine forest. The moss on the tree is an indication that it gets decent moisture.

Ricardo Salgueiro
Ricardo Salgueiro 4 years ago

Humm maybe...Dollar weed is a water plant the leaf is very similar but the ambient the environment where they live is different.

Machi 4 years ago

Looks like dollar weed


Lat: 39.44, Long: -8.45

Spotted on Jan 4, 2015
Submitted on Jan 19, 2015

Spotted for mission

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