2 edition of flora of Sutton Park, Warwickshire. found in the catalog.
flora of Sutton Park, Warwickshire.
R. C. Readett
Written in English
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Refer to Sutton Park Management Plan / by Dr. Stefan Bodnar. High Brown Fritillary (Argynnis adippe). Present Status: Extinct in Sutton Park. Listed as a resident species in the guide book to Sutton Park, this impressive insect has now disappeared from the majority of . A flora of Sutton Park, Warwickshire. Birmingham UK: Birmingham Natural History Society, Birmingham UK: Birmingham Natural History Society, Google Scholar.
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(A standard source for the early history of Sutton Coldfield and Sutton Park.) Readett, R.C. () A Flora of Sutton Park, Proceedings of the Birmingham Natural History Soci pp.
; also published as a separate reprint. Information on the flora of Sutton Park will also be. One of his earliest publications, inwas a moss Flora of Warwickshire.
Inhe published a Flora of Sutton Park, now a National Nature Reserve. There were very few plant records from Sutton Park before this account, so that his Flora served as the foundation for all later Floras.
A version with updated species names is available : 7 NovemberBirmingham, England. Bookseller: Mike Park Ltd London: Academic Press for the Birmingham Natural History Society, Quarto, pp x,with distribution maps in the text, and a coloured geological map and twelve overlays in the rear pocket.
Sutton Coldfield, a town, a municipal borough, and a parish in Warwickshire. The town stands on an eminence, 7½ miles NNE of Birmingham, and by railway from London.
It has stations on the Birmingham and Lichfield section of the L. & N.W.R., and on the Birmingham and Walsall section of the M.R., and a post, money order, and telegraph office. Peridineen," in Flora,p. The Peridiniecc of Sutton Park, Warwickshire. parts of the Park, among submerged Sphagmim, btit nowhere in such abundance as in this one ditch.
The ditch was easy of access, and I thought it would afford an excellent opportunity forCited by: In Warwickshire hosted a national BSBI meeting at Sutton Park NNR, Warwickshire’s richest botanical site, and the following year Ian Trueman organized a series of surveys there.
His plan is to record this fantastic site thoroughly in metre squares and produce a flora in the next year or two. Warwickshire to publish a flora of Sutton Park in the Proceedings of the Birmingham Natural History Society; it included a section on the bryophytes by T.
Laflin. 2 More recently, Harold H. Fowkes and Peter Coxhead have updated Readett as part of a planned Natural History of. Ribton-Turner ()’s Shakespeare’s land being a description of central and southern that “Sutton Coldfield and Park have several wells other than that of Rowton, which are deserving of notice ; of these Another well, very popular with the visitors to the Park, is that of St.
Mary, commonly called the Druids’. We will also be hosting a national field meeting for the BSBI at Sutton Park led by Ian Trueman and other members of the team who contributed to the new Birmingham and Black Country Flora.
Booking details to follow. Warwick Herbarium is safe. Warwickshire’s entire Museum Collection, which includes the Herbarium, has. COVID campus closures: see options for getting or retaining Remote Access to subscribed content.
Aug 3, - Explore Philip Beynon's board "Sutton Coldfield" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Sutton coldfield, Sutton, West midlands pins. Sutton Chase (and Park) is inextricably linked with the history of Sutton Coldfield.
It was formed from part of Cannock Forest or Chase, a royal hunting ground from the times of the Anglian kings of Mercia between the Rivers Trent and Tame. The property of the English Crown since the Norman Conquest, part of Cannock Chase was given by Henry I in to the Earls of Warwick. Bagnall, James E.
(James Eustace), Notes on Sutton Park: its flowering plants, ferns and mosses: read at a general meeting of the Birmingham natural history and microscopical society, Dec. 6, To which is added the roses and brambles of Warwickshire.
(Birmingham: W.G. Moore and Co., ) (page images at HathiTrust). Sutton Park boasts a wide variety of wildlife. This page describes some of the main habitats and species. More detailed information, including checklists, can be found at the found at the, which is maintained through the.
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It was founded inand is a registered charity. The Society has had various names, e.g. in the s it was called the Birmingham Natural History and Microscopical Society, and from to the Birmingham Natural. Sutton Coldfield was formerly an independent town within Warwickshire, so the Park falls into Vice-county 38 (Warwickshire) for biological recording purposes.
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