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Species

Interrupted Brome Bromus interrupt

Thorow-wax Bupleurum rotundifolium Slender Hare’s-ear Bupleurum enuissimum

Narrow Small-reed Calamagrostis stricta

Divided Sedge Carex divisa

Rare Spring-sedge Carex ericetorum

Cornflower Centaurea cyanus Chamomile Chamaemelum nobile Upright Goosefoot Chenopodium urbicum

Stinking Goosefoot Chenopodium vulvaria Basil Thyme Clinopodium acinos

No. of records in database

No. of 1km squares recorded since 1980

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5

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Present or absent in Norfolk

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Comments

Believed extinct in Norfolk, last seen in 1971

The Norfolk Flora Group

Found in West Newton and Anmer in 1946. Not seen in Britain since 1972 and considered extinct

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“present in at least 12 2km squares” Gillian Beckett) 6

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Flora: Once found on banks and grassland adj. to the sea from Wolferton to Blakeney, and around Breydon Water estuary. Seen at Wolferton in 1987, Berney and Halvergate in 1990, Belton in 1994 and Thornham in 1998. A nationally scarce species. Still by banks on Halvergate levels, rare elsewhere (Gillian Beckett pers.comm.) New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Flora: confined to waterlogged peaty soils. Sparse in all sites but showing signs of recovery after scrub clearande. Nationally Scarce. Only two sites recorded post 2000 (Gillian Beckett pers.comm.) New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Flora: Scarce, locally frequent. Found chiefly on fresh-water wetlands near the coast, but also in fens and wet meadows inland. (Gillian Beckett pers.comm.) New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Known from short turf on calcareous soils, often on ant heaps. Four recent sites (Gillian Beckett pers.comm.) New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Extinct in Norfolk. Flora: Deliberate sowings on roadside verges and set-asides Not seen since 1965 – believed extinct in Norfolk

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Archaeophyte. Rare annual, few records. Does it still exist in Norfolk? New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Extinct in Norfolk. Flora: Recorded in the 19th C from Kings Lynn and Yarmouth Flora: once described as common, now frequent only in rides in the Breckland forests. Not infrequent on drier soils (Gillian Beckett pers.comm.) New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

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