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Watsonia vol. 21 (1996-1997)


Perring, F.H. A bridge too far - the non-Irish element in the British flora. Watsonia 21, 15-51

Akeroyd, J.R.  1996.  Coastal ecotypic variants of two vetches, Vicia sepium L. and V. sylvatica L. (Fabaceae), in Britain and Ireland. Watsonia 21, 71-78

Grassly, N.C., Harris, S.A. & Cronk, Q.C.B. 1996. British Apium repens (Jacq.) Lag. (Apiaceae) status assessed using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD). Watsonia 21, 103-111

Hedren, M. 1996. The allotetraploid nature of Dactylorhiza praetermissa (Druce) Soo (Orchidaceae) confirmed. Watsonia 21, 113-118

Atkinson, M.D. 1996. The distribution and naturalisation of Lathraea clandestina in the British Isles. Watsonia 21, 119-128

Notes. Watsonia 21 (1996), 135-139

Rich, T.C.G. & Smith, P.A. 1996. Botanical recording, distribution maps and species frequency. Watsonia 21, 155-167

Birkinshaw, C.R. & Sanford, M.N. 1996. Pulmonaria obscura Dumort. (Boraginaceae) in Suffolk. Watsonia 21, 169-178

Callaghan, D.A. 1996. The conservation status of Lythrum hyssopifolia L. in the British isles. Watsonia 21, 179-186

Bailey, J.P., Child, L.E. & Conolly, A.P. 1996. A survey of the distribution of Fallopia x bohemica (Chrtek & Chrtova) J. Bailey (Polygonaceae) in the British Isles. Watsonia 21, 187-198

Notes. Watsonia 21 (1996), 199-210

  • Rubus asperidens Sudre ex Bouvet (Rosaceae) in the British Isles. D.E. Allen.
  • Arenaria balearica L. (Mossy Sandwort): observations on water-borne spread in Perthshire. R.W.M. Corner.
  • The status of Spiranthes romanzoffiana Cham. (Orchidaceae), Irish Lady’s Tresses, on Colonsay (v.c. 102) in 1995; with special reference to associated plant communities. R.L. Gulliver.
  • The correct authority for Lesser Chickweed, Stellaria pallida (Caryophyllaceae).   R.R. Mill.
  • Hydrocharis morsus-ranae L. (Hydrocharitaceae) fruited in Britain in 1995. C.D. Preston & M.D. March.
  • Is Gentianella uliginosa (Willd.) Boerner (Gentianaceae) present in England? T.C.G. Rich.

Pearman, D. 1997. Presidential Address, 1996: towards a new definition of rare and scarce plants. Watsonia 21, 225-251

Notes. Watsonia 21 (1997), 283-298

  • Blackstock, T.H. & Jones, R.A. Juncus capitatus Weigel (Juncaceae) rediscovered near its original locality in Anglesey (v.c. 52).
  • Bull, A.L. & Newton, A. Rubus pannosus P.J. Mueller & Wirtgen (Rosaceae) in Britain.
  • Fitzgerald, R., Field, G.D. & Chatters, C. The status of Pulicaria vulgaris Gaertner in Britain in 1995.
  • Primavesi, A.L. A Wolley-Dod letter of historical interest.
  • Reynolds, S.C.P. Alien plants at Foynes Port, Co. Limerick (v.c. H8), 1988-1994.
  • Reynolds, S.C.P. The putative hybrid between two teasels, Dipsacus fullonum L. and D. sativus (L.) Honck. (Dipsacaceae) in Dublin (v.c. H21).
  • Rich, T.C.G. Early Gentian (Gentianella anglica (Pugsley) E.F. Warb.) present in Wales.
  • Rich, T.C.G., Rich, B.C. & Sturt, N.J. Notes on some early Sussex botanical records by Thomas Sockett (1777-1859).

Rich, T.C.G., Holyoak, D.T., Margetts, L.J. & Murphy, R.J. 1997. Hybridisation between Gentianella amarella (L.) Boerner and G. anglica (Pugsley) E.F. Warb. (Gentianaceae). Watsonia 21, 313-325

Fryer J. & Hylmö B. 1997: Five new species of Cotoneaster Medik. (Rosaceae) naturalised in Britain.  Watsonia 21: 335–349

Crackles, F.E. 1997. Variation in some populations of Calamagrostis stricta (Timm) Koeler in the British Isles and the putative past hybridization with C. canescens (Wigg.) Roth. Watsonia 21, 341-354

Notes. Watsonia 21 (1997), 359-380

  • The correct authority for Rubus melanodermis (Rosaceae). D.E. Allen
  • The role of forestry plantings in the dispersal of bramble (Rubus L.) species. A.L. Bull.
  • Rubus mercicus J.E. Bagnall refound. A.L. Bull & A. Newton.
  • The ‘J.D.’ herbarium at Northampton museum. G. Crompton.
  • The correct authority for Lesser Chickweed, Stellaria pallida (Caryophyllaceae).   D.H. Kent.
  • Contributions to a cytological catalogue of the British and Irish flora, 5. L. Montgomery, M. Khalaf, J.P. Bailey & R.J. Gornall.
  • Carex humilis Leysser in Dorset (v.c. 9). D. Pearman.
  • The taxonomic status of Dactylorhiza majalis (Rchb. fil.) P.F. Hunt & Summerh. subsp. traunsteineri (Saut. ex Rchb. fil.) H. Sund. var. bowmanii M.N. Jenk. R.H. Roberts & M.J.Y. Foley.
  • Asplenium viride Hudson (Aspleniaceae) in Greater London. F.J. Rumsey.
  • The distribution of brambles (Rubus spp.) in north-east Scotland. D. Welch.