British Wildlife 07.5 June 1996

Conserving Rare Plants in Muddy Places

Although muddy places are still quite common and widespread in the country-side and a significant portion of our native flora is associated with periodically wet habitats, a surprisingly high number of these species are rare and are listed in Red Data Book (Perring & Farrell 1983) and Scarce Plant (Stewart et al. 1994) accoutns.

Comment – Beavers, Fish and Fishermen Through a naturalist’s eyes
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