Providing coverage of the occurrence in Hampshire (not including the Isle of Wight) of all vascular plants, this book also contains full lists of bryophytes and lichens.
Author: Anne Brewis
Hampshire is considered by some to be botanically the richest county in Britain, and is also regarded as an area of great interest in a European context. Providing coverage of the occurrence in Hampshire (not including the Isle of Wight) of all vascular plants, this book also contains full lists of bryophytes and lichens. The coverage includes chapters on some earlier workers on the Hampshire flora (by David E. Allen), the structure and habitats of Hampshire (by Dr Francis Rose), and conservation of the flora in Hampshire (by Dr Peter Brough). The extensive systematic account of the flowering plants is accompanied by dot-distribution maps, based on records compiled over a number of years.
Serocold , W. P. List of the flowering plants of the parish of Forthampton and its neighbourhood . 25 p . 21 cm . Tewksbury , 1871 . ... Rayner , J. F. The alien or adventive flora of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight . Proc .
Plants and People in the New Forest National Park Clive Chatters. Tubbs, C R (1986). The New Forest. ... Hampshire The 1996 Flora of Hampshire includes sections on lower plants as well as flowering plants. Brewis, A, Bowman, P & Rose, ...
Author: Clive Chatters
Publisher: Princeton University Press
This book explores the botanical richness and cultural heritage of the New Forest National Park in Hampshire, England. The New Forest has become an exceptional area for wildflowers, many of which were once common throughout the lowlands of Britain. The Forest enjoys strong populations of many special wildflowers because it retains a living tradition of free-ranging domestic animals grazing its coastland, extensive commons, and village greens. This book is an exploration of how the wildlife of the Forest is the natural expression of the lives and economy of the people of the Forest. An introduction to the New Forest and how its commoning economy works A description of the principal habitats of the Forest and how they relate to one another Accounts of the people who have explored the Forest for wildflowers from the early 17th century to the present Descriptions of more than 100 species of the rarer flowering plants and ferns currently known from the National Park, many of which are nationally or internationally rare, scarce, or threatened An account of Forest conservation issues by someone who has participated in the life of the Forest for more than 20 years
HAMPSHIRE ( AND ISLE OF Wight ) See also Great Britain , General ( Hall , Additions and corrections for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight , under Druce , The comital flora of the British Isles ) ; Dorsetshire ( Salter , Appendix ...
The Isle of Wight shares Gladiolus illyricus with Hampshire , and Pulmonaria angustifolia with Hants and Dorset ; while such species as Cyperus longus , Melampyrum arvense , and Orobanche cærulea are among the rarest of English plants .
These indexes would save an immensity of labour to any one preparing a Flora . ... F. H. Arnold's Flora of Sussex ' in 1887 ; Mr. Townsend's ' Flora of Hampshire ' in 1883 ; Mr. Dunn's Flora of South - west Surrey ' in 1893 ; and last ...
The Isle of Wight shares Gladiolus illyricus with Hampshire , and Pulmonaria angustifolia with Hants and Dorset ; while such species as Cyperus longus , Melampyrum arvense , and Orobanche cærulea are amoug the rarest of English plants .
It deserves the attention their rarer and more interesting plants . Another of all who have to teach or learn the elements table compares the flora of the Hampshire mainof mechanics . land with those of the surrounding counties , in .