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ANNEX 10: VASCULAR PLANTS

VASCULAR PLANTS

Extinct in Norfolk Spp. New to National BAP List

Nearly half a million records were incorporated in the main database in 2007. Our thanks go to the BSBI, Flora Recorders and Flora Group, whose generous help is acknowledged

No. of records in database

No. of 1km squares recorded since 1980

8

-

-

1

Pheasants-eye Adonis annua

P?

Ribbon-leaved Water Plantain Alisma gramineum

A

Species

Present or absent in Norfolk

Possible other sources of data sets

Other survey work completed or in progress

Comments

Annual known until about 1900 in cornfields, last record in 1915. (Flora). Seen in 2008 but thought to originate from a European wildflower mix. Extinct in Norfolk

Introduced, and now extinct, in Norfolk. The Flora of Norfolk – “Langmere 1972. Brought on feet of migrating waterfowl” Formerly recorded from Norfolk and Cambridgeshire in the 70s, but has disappeared from both sites Norfolk Action Plan published December 1998, revised January 2003.

A

3

1

P

63

23

A

2

P

31

7

P

14

10

A

-

-

P

3

2

Creeping Marshwort Apium repens Tower Mustard Arabis glabra

Lamb’s Succory Arnoseris minima

Field Wormwood Artemisia campestris

Purple Milk-vetch Astragalus danicus

Pedunculate Sea-purslane Atriplex pedunculata

Flat-sedge Blysmus compressus

Extinct in Norfolk

ditto

ditto

The Norfolk Flora Group

Perennial herb of short, open grassland, forest rides and tracks. Does not persist in tall, closed turf Extant at only three native sites in England. Breckland speciality, now represented only by an introduction site. (Gillian Beckett pers.com.) Classified Endangered. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Has declined substantially on the chalk, largely due to agricultural and grazing practices. Still frequent in suitable chalky grassland in the Brecks (Gillian Beckett pers.comm.) Flora: curiously absent from the chalk grasslands N of the Nar. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Flora: first discovered at Yarmouth around 1776, now known from only one site in the British Isles. RDB. Extinct in Norfolk. Flora: scarce in long established, damp meadows. Always uncommon. Severe decline throughout its range. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

The Norfolk Flora Group

Almost confined to Breckland, but scattered sites elsewhere.(Gillian Beckett pers.comm.) Nationally scarce (Flora). Norfolk Action Plan published February 2007. Archaeophyte, extinct in Norfolk, and indeed Britain

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