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Species

Field Gentian Gentianella campestris

Musk Orchid Herminium monorchis

Sea Barley Hordeum marinum

Juniper Juniperus communis Least Lettuce Lactuca saligna Fen Orchid Liparis loeselii

Floating Water-plantain Luronium natans

Marsh Clubmoss Lycopodiella inundata Grass-poly Lythrum hyssopifolium Crested Cow-wheat Melampyrum cristatum

Pennyroyal Mentha pulegium

No. of records in database

No. of 1km squares recorded since 1980

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1

GB has 20 tetrad records

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Present or absent in Norfolk

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A

P

A

A

Possible other sources of data sets

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95

7

P

18

1

A

21

1

A

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P

4

1

A

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-

70

Other survey work completed or in progress

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Comments

Thought confined to East Walton where it was seen in 1997 Marked decline nationally New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Thought to be extinct in Norfolk – not seen since 1914. Nationally Scarce New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Grassy sea walls. Less frequent, but still occurring regularly in scattered sites. Nationally Scarce (Gillian Beckett pers.comm.) New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Not considered native to Norfolk – two planted sites.

Last observed in 1953, considered extinct in Norfolk

Mostly pre-1980. Broads. Flora of Norfolk – “a rare plant of pools on fen peat formerly known in E07 and W71, but last seen in both sites in 1965. Its loss is directly due to a falling water table. It is still extant at three sites in the Broads. Reintroduced into one site in West Norfolk. A Red Data Book species.” Norfolk Action Plan pubished December 1998, revised March 2004. Not considered native to Norfolk. Broads. Last record 1991 – believed to be a small stable population near Potter Heigham Flora of Norfolk – “ found in Calthorpe Broad in1974 and at Potter Heigham in 1979 “ “Still present on Potter Heigham Marshes in 2000” (P. Heath, pers.comm.) Classified Nationally Scarce Norfolk Action Plan published December 1998, revised January 2003. Last recorded 1971. Considered extinct in Norfolk

An archaeophyte, nationally rare since the beginning of the 19th C. No modern Norfolk records Flora -“survives precariously on a road verge in Beetley” “Still present near Beetley 2007” – P. Heath pers.comm. Nationally Scarce New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Last record 1961. Considered extinct in Norfolk, and becoming endangered nationally

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