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I discovered this plant in amongst some Ramsoms I'd gathered the other day.
The flower is approximately 13mm across the petals and they close at night. The total length of the stem sample I have is 18 cm. (Capture 1) although it may have been longer before it was cut.
The Ramsons were growing in damp woodland soil alongside a stream on the Wirral, North West UK and after I'd cut some, I found this plant amongst them
Any help would be appreciated,
Could be Pink Purslane Claytonia sibirica - looks rather like it in my book...
Thank you, that's very helpful. I suspect you're correct.