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Moist woods and bogs.
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Lime trees.

Fens in the south.

Hoods.
Fields, etc.
Willow trees.
Hosier holts.

Woods and heaths.
Moist woods.

[Gardens.
Woods.

Woods, on the Ragwort
Amongst nettles.

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