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Species

Annual Knawel Scleranthus annuus

Prostrate Perennial Knawel Scleranthus perennis prostrates

Fen Ragwort Senecio paludosus

Small-flowered Catchfly Silene gallica

Spanish Catchfly Silene otites

Greater Water-parsnip Sium latifolium

Spartina maritima Small Cord-grass

Marsh Stitchwort Stellaria palustris

Spreading Hedge-parsley Torilis arvensis

Broad-fruited Cornsalad Valerianella rimosa

No. of

No. of 1km

records in

squares

database

recorded

since 1980

P

3

1

P?

5

2

Present or absent in Norfolk

A

P

23

6

P

39

8

P

172

39

A

-

-

P

-

-

A

-

-

A

1

-

Possible other sources of data sets

Tim Pankhurst/ Plantife

73

Other survey work completed or in progress

Comments

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The Norfolk Flora Group

Declined throughout its range. Described as ‘widespread’ in 1968 but now far less common and rare in the east of the county. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Not seen in the county since 1961, a few recent introductions in Breckland. RDB species.

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J.M. Halls’

Flora - plentiful in Norfolk in 1714, not recorded since 11876. Extinct in Norfolk, almost extinct in Britain except for Cambs. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Archaeophyte. Flora of Norfolk -Scarce annual, sometimes overwintering. A particularly large colony at Gimingham in 1995. A nationally scarce speciesSnettisham 2004. Classified Endangered (PlantLife) Norfolk Action Plan published April 2007. Flora: “Typical of, and confined to, Breckland. Now only at Thetford, Harling and Cranwich. RDB species”. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Flora of Norfolk herbaceous perennial along ditch-sides in

data to be importe shortly; Plantlife survey of fens ongoing. ditto

d fens, least scarce in Broadland but always in small colonies”. Classified Nationally Scarce Norfolk Action Plan published July 2005.

Once not uncommon on tidal land, not recorded in Norfolk since

ditto

ditto

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1968 (Flora). Extinct in Norfolk New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Flora: “Winter green perennial of marsh and fen, rather scattered and never common” New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Archaeophyte. Most dramatic decline nationally of any arable weed. Flora “ Locally abundant in hedgerows on heaths in the 1950s Nationally scarce. Extinct in Norfolk Archaeophyte. (Flora) Not recorded since 1941) Extinct in Norfolk.

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