Topographical Botany; Being Local and Personal Records Towards Shewing the Distribution of British Plants Traced Through the 112 Counties and Vice-Counties of England, Wales, and Scotland

Topographical Botany; Being Local and Personal Records Towards Shewing the Distribution of British Plants Traced Through the 112 Counties and Vice-Counties of England, Wales, and Scotland

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...ms. 47 Montgomery. (J. E. Vize). 49 Carnarvon. Robinson cat. 50 Denbigh. J. E. Bowman cat. 51 Flint! Robinson cat. 58 Linc. south. 54 north! Howitt sp. 55 Leicester. 56 Notts. 57 Derby. Howitt cat. 58 Chester! J. L. Warren cat. 59 Lanc. south! Ch. Bab. sp. 61 York s. east. 62 n. east. Baker sp. 68 s. w. F. A. Lees cat. 64 York m. w. F. A. Lees cat. 65 n. west. 66 Durham. Robson.t 69 Westmoreland. 67 70; verification needed. 726 Villarsia nymphseoides. (Limnanthem um nymphaoida). 14 Sussex east. Bromf. sp. 17 Surrey! Looks native in 21 Middlesex! the Thames. 22 Berks. Britten cat. 28 Oxford. Fox sp. 24 Bucks. Britten cat. 28 Norfolk west. 29 Cambridge. Babington cat. 81 Hunts! Newbould cat. 82 Northampton. (10 18 20 88 87 88 89 56 58 62 67 69 70 77 81 89; probably or certainly introduced into all of these counties; insufficiently vouched in some few of them). 727 Menyanthes trifoliata. Counties all, except 5 81 42 47 48 74 97 99 107; possibly may be absent from some two or three of these counties. 728Polemonium cseruleum. 89 Stafford. 57 Derby! Christy sp. 64 York m. west. Tatham sp. 68 Cheviotland. Oliver sp. 69 Westm. Baker bot. n. y. N.B. Clearly native in the limestone tracts of North England. Long a favourite plant in cottage gardens; and springing freely from its scattered seeds, it gives loose writers the chance to swell their local lists by enumerating it, and often as if a truly wild plant. I do not know that the following enumeration will include only such records, nor whether (if so) it will fully exhaust the series of records of the kind: --(1 8 6 7 8 17 20 21 22 23 82 to 86 88 89 40 49 50 55 58 62 68 65 66 70 to 78 75 77 81 to 87 90 92 94 100 102 109). 729 Convolvulus arvensis. Counties all, except 42 48 69 72 78 74 78 79 80 84 87 88..show more

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  • English
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  • 1236588886
  • 9781236588883