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Species

Fine-leaved Sandwort Minuartia hybrida

Yellow Bird’s-nest Monotropa hypopitys

Grape-hyacinth Muscari neglectum

Holly-leaved Naiad Najas marina

Tubular Water-dropwort Oenanthe fistulosa Fly Orchid Ophrys insectifera Man Orchid Orchis (Aceras) anthropophora

Pillwort Pilularia globulifera

Lesser Butterfly-orchid Platanthera bifolia

Present or absent in Norfolk

No. of

No. of 1km

records in

squares

database

recorded

since 1980

Possible other

Other survey

sources

work

of data

completed or

sets

in progress

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We believe work has been done on this sp. at UEA

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The Norfolk Flora Group

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The Norfolk Flora Group

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Nationally Scarce. Greatly declined in arable and grassland habitats through agricultural intensification. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Flora: seen at seven sites between 1968 and 1984, most recently at Holkham 1992 New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Native on light soils, especially Breckland, also in churchyards where it may be the remnants of a former local population. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007. Only known in UK from a few sites in the Broads. Flora of Norfolk “annual known only from partly brackish waters on the Broads, first British record discovered in 1883 in Hickling Broad and still found there, also during this survey at Cockshoot and Upton; Barton Broad, Heigham Sound and Martham Broad” Decreased in in the 1960s as a result of pollution, but is responding to to reduction in nutrient levels in the Broads. Norfolk Action Plan published December 1998, revised January 2003. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

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    Not recorded since 1914, and considered extinct in Norfolk

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Flora: recorded from two sites in dry grassland, Holt and Holme. Nationally Scarce New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Flora of Norfolk: “formerly on heathy commons both north of Norwich and in the King’s Lynn area, seen at Horsford in 1951 and Derby Fen in 1960..observed at Lound Waterworks, Hopton ..in 1991..Also found around a small pond in a horse pasture at Rollesby in 1998. 10.7.06 No trace at Rollesby – see report S.Henson. Also not at Lound in 2006, so this species may be lost to Norfolk. Classified Near Threatened,

Biodiversity Partnership has commissioned a survey at Lound, to be carried out once water levels are suitable.

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declining throughout Europe Has been re-introduced to some former sites. Norfolk Action Plan published March 2007. Flora: a rare plant of wet heaths and grasslands, now much decreased in frequency and found only at Roydon, Beeston and Holt New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

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