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Viper's Bugloss

A flower of viper's bugloss, Echium vulgare.  From the front it looked like this:

Late in the season, dead flower heads make the full plant look rather tatty:

Photos taken in Chazey Wood, near Caversham, UK, on 2012-08-20.

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