2007 plant updates

The Shropshire Botanical Society have kindly updated the records of axiophytes (plant indicators of good quality habtitat) available from the ‘Species Groups’ section of this web site.

The records include new sightings of rare species such as the Yellow Bird’s-nest (Monotropa hypopitys – shown opposite) that was re-found in Shropshire after an absence of 14 years.

Other exciting recent finds now shown on the maps include Sea Stork’s-bill (Erodium maritimum) and Narrow-leaved Bitter-cress (Cardamine impatiens).

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