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Watsonia vol. 14 (1982-1983)


Rostanski, K. 1982. The species of Oenothera L. in Britain. Watsonia 14, 1-34

Scott, N.E. & Davison, A.W. 1982. De-icing salt and the invasion of road verges by maritime plants. Watsonia 14, 41-52

Short Notes. Watsonia 14 (1982), 67-78

  • Rediscovery of the Bromfield herbarium. D.E. Allen
  • Records of Elizabeth Harvey. D.E. Allen.
  • British distribution of uncommon Carices: addenda and corrigenda. R.W. David
  • Leaf polymorphism in Arum maculatum. P. Harmes.
  • Spartina of the Severn estuary. S.C. Holland.
  • Anomalous inflorescences in Primula vulgaris Huds. S.D. Lane, E.S. Martin & D.L. Wigston.
  • Varieties of Viola odorata L. in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. A.C. Leslie, C.M. Pannell & S.M. Walters.
  • Sambucus racemosa L. sensu lato. D. McClintock.
  • Two south-western brambles. A. Newton.
  • Vulpia australis (Steudel) Blom in Britain. C.A. Stace.

Book reviews. Watsonia 14 (1982), 79-100

Reports. Watsonia 14 (1982), 103-117

Richards, A.J. & Porter, A.F. 1982. On the identity of a Northumberland Epipactis. Watsonia 14, 121-128

McKean, D.R. 1982. xPseudanthera breadalbanensis McKean: A new intergeneric hybrid from Scotland.  Watsonia 14, 129

Brown, I.R., Kennedy, D. and Williams, D.A., 1982.  The occurrence of natural hybrids between Betula pendula Roth and B. pubescens Ehrh.  Watsonia 14, 133-145

Parnell, J. (1982). Cytotaxonomy of Jasione montana L. in the British Isles. Watsonia, 14: 147-151

Day, P., Deadman, A.J., Greenwood, B.D. & Greenwood, E.F. 1982. A floristic appraisal of marl pits in parts of north-western England and northern Wales. Watsonia 14, 153-165

Short Notes. Watsonia 14 (1982), 177-186

  • Discovery of the herbarium of T.J. Woodward. D.E. Allen.
  • A probably sixteenth-century record of Rubia tinctorum L. D.E. Allen.
  • The distribution of Carex maritima Gunn. in Britain. R.W. David.
  • A new bramble from Scotland. E.S. Edees.
  • The story of Cymbalaria toutonii A. Chev. D. McClintock.
  • The rediscovery of the Fen Violet, Viola persicifolia Schreber, at Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire. T.A. Rowell, S.M. Walters & H.J. Harvey.
  • A new and curious form of Erica vagans L. P.G. Turpin.
  • Frankenia laevis L. in Mid Glamorgan. S. Waldren.

Leslie, A.C. & Walters, S.M. 1983. The occurrence of Lemna minuscula Herter in the British Isles. Watsonia 14, 243-248

Wheeler, B.D., Brookes, B.S. & Smith, R.A.H. 1983. An ecological study of Schoenus ferrugineus L. in Scotland. Watsonia 14, 249-256

Short Notes. Watsonia 14 (1983), 273-282

  • The herbaria of Joseph Woods. D.E. Allen.
  • Ruppia spiralis L. ex Dumort. and R. maritima L. in S.E. Yorkshire. F.E. Crackles.
  • Carex diandra Schrank x C. paniculata L. in S.E. Yorkshire. F.E. Crackles.
  • Improvements in land management: their effects on aquatic plants in Broadland. R.J. Driscoll.
  • A new bramble from Kent. E.S. Edees.
  • The dusty miller’s tale, or Senecio cineraria DC. restored. D.J. Mabberley.
  • The Robert Mackechnie herbarium. D.R. McKean.
  • Carex rupestris All. and Potentilla crantzii (Crantz) G. Beck ex Fritsch in Skye. C.W. Murray, A.A.P. Slack & A. McG. Stirling.
  • Taraxacum cenabense Sahlin, a new Anglo-French species. C.I. Sahlin.

Schmid, B. 1983. Notes on the nomenclature and taxonomy of the Carex flava group in Europe. Watsonia 14, 309-319

Bateman, R.M. & Denholm, I. A reappraisal of the British and Irish dactylorchids, 1. The tetraploid marsh-orchids. Watsonia 14, 347-376

Adcock, E.M., Gorton, E., Morries, G.P. 1983. A study of some Dactylorhiza populations in Greater Manchester. Watsonia 14, 377-389

Melderis, A. & McClintock, D. 1983. The genera Elymus L. and Leymus Hochst. in Britain. Watsonia 14, 391-395

Goyder, D.J. 1983. Pollination ecology of five British species in a limestone community. Watsonia 14, 397-405

Short Notes. Watsonia 14 (1983), 407-417

  • Discovery of Senecio cambrensis Rosser in Edinburgh. R.J. Abbott, R. Ingram & H.J. Noltie.
  • London Catalogue publication dates and authors. D.E. Allen.
  • Rubus species on chalk. D.E. Allen.
  • Citation of Bell Salter. D.E. Allen.
  • Dactylorhiza incarnata (L.) Soo subsp. ochroleuca (Boll) P.F. Hunt & Summerhayes. R.M. Bateman & I. Denholm.
  • Another new East Anglian bramble. A.L. Bull & E.S. Edees.
  • The distribution of Carex tomentosa L. (C. filiformis auct.) in Britain. R.W. David.
  • Phenolic chemistry distinguishes Asplenium adiantum-nigrum L. from A. cuneifolium Viv. P.M. Richardson.
  • The Scottish records of Dactylorhiza traunsteineri (Sauter) Soo. D.J. Tennant & A.G. Kenneth.