Fritillary Reports

Contents Fritillary Reports

Apium repens, Creeping Marshwort Species Recovery Programme 1995-2005
Summary

Apium repens (Jacq.) Lag., Apiaceae, is a small, creeping perennial which is listed under the Habitats Directive because of its scarcity and decline in Europe. The one site known in the UK in 1995 is now designated part of the Oxford Meadows Special Area for Conservation.

A Species Action Plan was drawn up in 1995 and the Rare Plants Group (now the Oxfordshire Flora Group) of the Ashmolean Natural History Society of Oxfordshire was funded to carry out field work under the Species Recovery Programme. This report covers the work undertaken from 1995-2005.

This report was written by Dr Alison McDonald and Dr Camilla Lambrick and is published by Natural England. To view it click Natural England report number ENRR706.



Veronica praecox, Breckland Speedwell: 2010: Twelve years on
Summary

The Oxfordshire Flora Group (formerly the Rare Plants Group) has been monitoring Veronica praecox for twelve years. This report describes the monitoring and the site maintenance which was undertaken to try to conserve this little speedwell at its Oxfordshire site. The report was written by Frances Watkins.

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Marston Meadows, Oxford
Summary

The 2010 report by Judy Webb on the flora of the Marston Meadows.

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