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Species

Stinking Hawks-beard Crepis foetida an Early Marsh Orchid Dactylorhiza incarnate ochroleuca Frog Orchid Dactylorhiza (Coeloglossum) viridis Deptford Pink Dianthus armeria Crested Buckler-fern Dryopteris cristata

Glandular Eyebright Euphrasia anglica Chalk Eyebright Euphrasia pseudokerneri

Red-tipped Cudweed Filago lutescens

Broad-leaved Cudweed Filago pyramidata Red Hemp-nettle Galeopsis angustifolia

Corn Cleavers Galium tricornutum

No. of

No. of 1km

records in

squares

database

recorded

since 1980

Present or absent in Norfolk

Possible other sources of data sets

69

Other survey work completed or in progress

The Norfolk Flora Group

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Comments

Extinct in Norfolk

Subspecies not seen in Norfolk since 1968, (Flora) and indeed close to National extinction

Not seen since 1954, believed extinct in Norfolk

Last seen at Pulham in 1964, believed extinct in Norfolk.

RDB. Frequent only in Broadland, with two sites on N. Norfolk coast. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Found in damp, acid turf. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Flora: a scarce species of calcareous grassland. Most recently seen at Badley Moor in 2000. Becoming scarce because of enrichment of its habitats- (Gillian Beckett pers.comm.) New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Thetford. Flora of Norfolk: “known from five sites since 1950, now only where it was found in W63 (Snettisham) in 1997. A Red Data Book species”. Update: Since the flora several colonies seen at illian Beckett pers.comm.) RDB. Classified Endangered. Norfolk Action Plan published April 2007. Last seen in 1958, considered extinct in Norfolk. RDB Archaeophyte. Flora of Norfolk: “now very scarce and recently seen only at Snettisham…” Seen again in 2005. Classified Nationally Scarce . Norfolk Action Plan published April 2007. Introduced, found at Heacham in 1992. Thought to be extinct in Norfolk

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