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Moschatel Adoxa moschatellina

Moschatel is easy to recognise when it is in flower because of the unusual arrangement of the flower head that gives it the common name of town-hall-clock.

Conservation status

Moschatel is locally common but not widespread in Norfolk.

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The flowers smell like rotting food to attract the flies that will pollinate them.
 
The plant lowers its fruits to the ground for the ants and snails to feed on them and spread the seeds.
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