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ID this plant growing in a mucky spot?

 
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I've never noticed this plant before. photos taken today

 
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Hi Will, that looks like a marsh marigold to me: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caltha_palustris
 
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Thanks! It does look awfully similar to what comes up in a Google image search for marsh marigold. Cool!
 
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