Watsonia Vol. 24

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Briggs, D. & Gorringe, E. 2002. The struggle to produce a Flora of the British Isles (1933–1952). Watsonia 24, 1-15. pdf 187kb.

Abbott, R.J. & James J.K., Forbes, D.G. & Comes, H.P. 2002. Hybrid origin of the Oxford Ragwort, Senecio squalidus L.: morphological and allozyme differences between S. squalidus and S. rupestris Waldst. and Kit. Watsonia 24, 17-29. pdf 236kb.

Harris, S.A. 2002. Introduction of Oxford Ragwort, Senecio squalidus L. (Asteraceae), to the United Kingdom. Watsonia 24, 31–43. pdf 175kb.

Rasmussen, K.K. & Lawesson, J.E. 2002. Lycopodiella inundata in British plant communities and reasons for its decline. Watsonia 24, 45–55. pdf 208kb.

Rich, T.G.C & Fitzgerald, R. 2002. Life cycle, ecology and distribution of Schoenoplectus triqueter (L.) Palla (Cyperaceae), Triangular Club-rush, in Britain and Ireland. Watsonia 24, 57–67. pdf 318kb.

Rich, T.G.C. & Lockton, A.J. 2002. Bromus interruptus (Hack.) Druce (Poaceae)–an extinct English endemic. Watsonia 24, 69–80. pdf 1.88Mb.

Pearman, D.A. & Edwards, B. 2002. Valerianella eriocarpa Desv. in Dorset, and a reassessment of its status as a presumed introduction in Britain. Watsonia 24, 81–89. pdf 126kb.

Fay, M.F., Gernandt, D.S. & Cowan, R.S. 2002. Parentage of an unknown member of the Sorbus latifolia (Lam.) Pers. group (Rosaceae). Watsonia 24, 91–100. pdf 216kb.

Rich, T.G.C. 2002. Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium asteridiophyllum and H. cillense (Asteraceae). Watsonia 24, 101–106. pdf 120kb.

Notes. Watsonia 24, 107-112. pdf 137kb.

Book Reviews. Watsonia 24, 113-121. pdf 156kb.

Obituaries & Report. Watsonia 24, 123-132. pdf 2.26Mb.

Halliday, G. 2002. Presidential address: The British Flora in the Arctic. Watsonia 24, 133-144. pdf 824kb.

Dines, T.D. & Bonner, I.R. 2002. A new hybrid horsetail, Equisetum arvense x E. telmateia (E. x robertsii) in Britain. Watsonia 24, 145-157; pdf 10.02 MB.

Gimingham, C.H., Welch, D. & Clement, E.J. 2002. A large population of Plagiobothrys scouleri (Boraginaceae) in north-east Scotland, and notes on occurrences elsewhere in Britain. Watsonia 24, 159-169. (Not available as pdf).

Diaz, A. & Kite, D.C. 2002. A comparison of the pollination ecology of Arum maculatum and A. italicum in England. Watsonia 24, 171-181. pdf 179kb.

Rich, T.G.C. et al. 2002. Distribution and population sizes of Asparagus prostratus Dumort., Wild Asparagus, in Britain. Watsonia 24, 183-192. pdf 121kb.

Spalton, L.M. 2002. An analysis of the characters of Bromus racemosus L., B. commutatus Schrad. and B. secalinus L. (Poaceae). Watsonia 24, 193-202. pdf 174kb.

Bryant, J.A., Stewart, N.F. & Stace, C.A. 2002. A checklist of Characeae of the British Isles. Watsonia 24, 203-208. pdf 100kb.

Kitchener, G.D. 2002. Rumex x xenogenus Rech. fil. (Polygonaceae), the hybrid between Greek and Patience Docks, found in Britain. Watsonia 24, 209-213.  pdf 163kb.

Allen, D.E. 2003. Four centuries of local Flora-writing: some milestone. Watsonia 24, 271-280. pdf 130kb.

Chater, A.O. 2003. The treatment of infraspecific taxa in local Floras. Watsonia 24, 281-286. pdf 81kb.

Preston, C.D. 2003. Perceptions of change in English county Floras, 1660-1960. Watsonia 24, 287-304. pdf 243kb.

Walker, K.J. 2003. Using data from local floras to assess floristic change.  Watsonia 24, 305-319. pdf 195kb.

Hill, M.O. 2003. Using data from local floras for ecological research.   Watsonia 24, 321-329. pdf 1461kb.

Jonsell, B. 2003. Swedish provincial floras - a survey of their history and present status. Watsonia 24, 331-336. pdf 173kb.

Greenwood, E.F. 2003. Understanding change: a Lancashire perspective.  Watsonia 24, 337-350. pdf 170kb.

Ashton, P.A. 2003. A New Flora of v.c. 59 (South Lancashire): a progress report. Watsonia 24, 351-357. pdf 93kb.

Walker, K.J. 2003. One species lost every year? An evaluation of plant extinctions in selected British vice-counties since 1900. Watsonia 24, 359-374. pdf 190kb.

Lowe, A.J. & Abbott, R.J. 2003. A new British species, Senecio eboracensis (Asteraceae), another hybrid derivative of Senecio vulgaris L. and S. squalidus L. Watsonia 24, 375-388. pdf 2.65Mb.

Demars, B.O.L. & Gornall, R.J. 2003. Identification of British species of Callitriche by means of isozymes. Watsonia 24, 389-399. pdf 1,438kb.

Rich, T.C.H. & Pryor, K.V. 2003. Galeopsis segetum Neck. (Lamiaceae), Downy Hemp-nettle: native or introduced in Britain? Watsonia 24, 401-411. pdf 182kb.

Gibson, D.J. & Taylor, I. 2003. Performance of Festuca arundinacea Schreb. (Poaceae) populations in England. Watsonia 24, 413-426. pdf 198kb.

Welch, D. 2003. A reconsideration of the native status of Linnaea borealis L. (Caprifoliaceae) in lowland Scotland. Watsonia 24, 427-432. pdf 83kb.

Fay, M.F., Cowan, R.S. & Simpson, D.A. 2003. Hybridisation between Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani and S. triqueter (Cyperaceae) in the British Isles. Watsonia 24, 433-442. pdf 119kb.

Newton, A. & Randall, R.D. 2003. A Devon and Somerset Bramble (Rosaceae: Rubus L. subgen. Rubus) revived. Watsonia 24, 443-446. pdf 73kb.

Bailey, J.P. & Spencer, M. 2003. New records for Fallopia x conollyana: is it truly such a rarity? Watsonia 24, 452; pdf 115kb.

Leach, S.J. & Pearman, D.A. 2003. An assessment of the status of Gaudinia fragilis   (L.) P. Beauv. (Poaceae) in the British Isles. Watsonia 24, 469-487. pdf 257kb.

Nelson, E.C. 2003. Wisbech and Fenland Museum herbarium (WBCH): a history with a list of collectors. Watsonia 24, 489-498. pdf 102kb.

Karran, A.B. & Rich, T.C.G. 2003. Geographical and temporal distributions of Alyssum alyssoides and Berteroa incana (Brassicaceae) in the British Isles and the relationship to their modes of introduction. Watsonia 24, 499-506. pdf 131kb.

Fay, M.F., O’Rourke, A. & Rich, T.C.G. 2003. A preliminary investigation of genetic variation in Western European Carex depauperata Curtis ex With. (Cyperaceae), Starved Wood-sedge. Watsonia 24, 507-511. pdf 47kb.

Rich, T.C.G. & Hand, S.O. 2003. Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium snowdoniense (Asteraceae), Snowdonia Hawkweed. Watsonia 24, 513-518. pdf 99kb.

Kitchener, G.D. 2003. A new Epilobium (Onagraceae) hybrid: Epilobium brunnescens (Cockayne) Raven & Engelhorn x Epilobium parviflorum Schreber (E. x argillaceum). Watsonia 24, 519-523. pdf 204kb.

Grant, M.L. 2003. A new, purple-leaved form of Poa annua L. (Poaceae) is a cryptic weed. Watsonia 24, 525-526. pdf 25kb


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