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gardens, where it is treated as a weed only. S. P. Woodward, mss. VERBASCUM nigrum. Common near Bungay. S. P. Woodward,


ATROPA Belladonna. Wild at Thorpe, by Norwich. S. P. Woodward,


SOLANUM nigrum. Abundant by Norwich. S. P. Woodward, mss. ANTIRRHINUM Orontium. Common in fields by Norwich. Woodward, mss.

S. P.

LYCOPUS europæus.

Common in the marshes of Norfolk, excepting
such as are salt. S. P. Woodward, mss.
MENTHA Sylvestris. Lakenham marshes.
GALEOPSIS Ladanum. Chalk pits near Norwich.

S. P. Woodward, mss.
S. P. Woodward,


versicolor. Hethersett. S. P. Woodward, mss. GALEOBDOLON luteum. Common; Thorpe; Arminghall. Woodward, mss.

LAMIUM incisum. Lakenham; Dereham. S. P. Woodward, mss. ACINOS vulgaris. Ellingham, near Bungay. S. P. Woodward, mss. CALAMINTHA officinalis. Common near Norwich; Dereham. Woodward, mss.

S. P.

Lakenham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
HOTTONIA palustris. Abundant near Norwich.


PRIMULA elatior.

Lakenham; Stoke.

S. P. Woodward, mss.


All four species at Cley. C. C. Babington, mss., who has favoured me with specimens of S. reticulata and spathulata, gathered there. H. W.

PLANTAGO maritima. Cley. C. C. Babington, sp.
CHENOPODIUM fruticosum. Cley. C. C. Babington, sp.

olidum, murale, arbicum.

S. P.

S. P. Woodward,

Woodward, mss.

SALICORNIA radicans. (To this species, probably, are to be referred the specimens from Titchwell and Burnham.-Page 137.) RUMEX alpinus. Blickling churchyard, near Aylsham. (Rev. Mr. Small.) A. Bloxam, mss.


All at Norwich. S. P.

pulcher. Common near Norwich and Bungay. S. P. Woodward, mss.

ARISTOLOCHIA Clematitis. Not wild at Carrow Abbey, it being in the Monks' garden; formerly grew in Tuck's Wood, really wild, but was removed by Mr. Mackie. S. P. Woodward, mss. STRATIOTES aloides. Lynn Regis, 1826. G. Howitt, sp. Abundant in the peat holes, Royden Fen. A. Bloxam, sp. HYDROCHARIS Morsus-rana. Abundant near Norwich. S. P. Wood

ward, mss.

SAGITTARIA sagittifolia. Abundant near Norwich. S. P. Woodward,

Abundant near Norwich.

S. P. Woodward,


ORCHIS pyramidalis.


OPHRYS muscifera. Gawdy Hall Wood, Norfolk. C. C. Babington,

mss. VOL. II.

NEOTTIA spiralis. Near Bungay and Stoke. S. P. Woodward, mss. NARCISSUS Pseudo-narcissus. Wild at Dereham; Lakenham; &c. S. P. Woodward, mss.

TAMUS communis. Common near Norwich, Dereham, &c. S. P. Woodward, mss.

ASPARAGUS officinalis. Sea-shore opposite the Monument. S. P. Woodward, mss.

CONVALLARIA majalis. Really wild at Thorpe and Tuck's Woods; Dereham. S. P. Woodward, mss.

TULIPA sylvestris. All the plants were removed, by a lady, from the
chalk pit at Carrow Abbey to her garden, where they soon
died; formerly grew at Beacondale.
All common near Norwich.
JUNCUS obtusiflorus.
ELEOCHARIS acicularis.
CLADIUM Mariscus.
SCHENUS nigricans.

S. P. Woodward, mss.
S. P. Woodward, mss.
Brome Fen. S. P. Woodward, mss.
Brome Fen. S. P. Woodward, mss.
Royden Fen. A. Bloxam, mss.
Dereham; Ellingham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
Royden Fen. A. Bloxam, mss.

BLYSMUS compressus.
Lakenham Marshes.
CAREX intermedia. Lakenham.
Mautby. - Page 141.)
teretiuscula. Surlingham.
S. P. Woodward, mss.
Pseudo-cyperus. Lakenham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
Ederi. Brome. S. P. Woodward, mss.

stricta. Bungay. S. P. Woodward, mss. In an old moat about half a mile above Royden Fen. A. Bloxam, mss. filiformis. Surlingham. S. P. Woodward, mss.

AGROSTIS Spica- Venti.
BROMUS Secalinus.



A specimen of each from Mr. Babington.
Field by Bungay.
Dereham; lost at

S. P. Woodward, mss. S. P. Woodward, mss.



S. P. Woodward, mss.

AVENA fatua. Dereham; Lakenham.
DIGITARIA humifusa. Sandy fields by Bungay. S. P. Woodward,


ANEMONE Pulsatilla. near Linton. MYOSURUS minimus.

S. P. Woodward, mss. Earsham. S. P. Woodward,


Flam Dyke, near Fulbourne; Westhoe Park,
W. H. Coleman, mss.

Not found of late years.

C. C. Babington,

Under the hedge of the nursery ground near Grantchester church. W. H. Coleman, mss.

RANUNCULUS parviflorus.

Henslow's Catalogue of British Plants includes a corrected list of Cambridgeshire plants.


In the last close of Great Shelford; by the road to Red Cross Turnpike. W. H. Coleman, mss. (Read Bigwin Closes. Page 143.) PAPAVER hybridum. Between Royston and Melbourne. W. H. Cole

man, mss.

GLAUCIUM violaceum. (Read " Burwell" and "probably not wild."-
Page 144.)
IBERIS amara.

About half a mile to the right of the road from Roys-
ton to Melbourne. W. H. Coleman, sp.
ERYSIMUM cheiranthoides. Coe Fen; Teversham. W. H. Coleman, mss.
NASTURTIUM sylvestre. Banks of the Cam, between Bat's-bight and
Clayhithe. W. H. Coleman, mss.

ARENARIA tenuifolia. Chippenham Park; Devil's Ditch, near Stetchworth. W. H. Coleman, mss.

GERANIUM pyrenaicum. Newnham, in a close by the path to Grantchester; near Red Cross Turnpike. W. H. Coleman, mss. IMPATIENS Noli-me-tangere. (Probably a mistake. Mr. C. C. Babing

ton. Page 145.)

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LATHYRUS Aphaca. Ditch a little beyond the Observatory, towards Madingley. J. E. Leefe, mss.

HIPPOCREPIS comosa. Cherry Hinton. J. E. Leefe, sp.

TRIFOLIUM ochroleucum. Between Coton and Madingley; about Eversden Wood. W. H. Coleman, mss.

ASTRAGALUS glycyphyllus. Long Lane, Grantchester; between Trumpington and Grantchester; Barton Turnpike; Teversham; Hildersham. W. H. Coleman, mss.

hypoglottis. Between Newmarket and Chippenham ; Fleam Dyke. W. H. Coleman, mss.

MEDICAGO maculata. Common near Cambridge. C. C. Babington, mss.
POTENTILLA verna. Newmarket Heath. W. H. Coleman, mss.
ROSA tomentosa. Madingley and Kingston Woods; Coton; Grant-
chester; Hinton; Teversham; Hildersham. W. H. Cole-

man, mss.

In a close adjoining Coton

SANGUISORBA officinalis.

arvensis ("ramis hyspidis "). Cross. W. H. Coleman, mss. In a plantation by the great watercourse on Fulbourn Moor. W. H. Coleman, mss. MYRIOPHYLLUM verticillatum. Quey. Fl. Cant.

CAUCALIS daucoides. Very scarce, having only been found, of late years, near Swaffham Prior and Burwell. C. C. Babington, mss. (Refer to "Fl. Cant."- Page 147.)

CARUM Carui. Christ College Pieces; Stourbridge Fair Green;
Meadows near the Windmills, Wisbeach. Fl. Cant.
SIUM latifolium. In the brook bteween Barton and Gra

hester ;

not common, as is implied by Relhan. W. H. Coleman, mss. PETROSELINUM segetum. From Relhan's station all along the hedge

to the gate of St. John's grounds; by a little stream on the right of the footpath to Coton; and in several places in the first mile of the Barton Road. W. H. Coleman, mss. LONICERA Caprifolium.

By the footpath from Little to Great Evers

den; in a hedge near Grantchester Mill.


W. H. Coleman,

DIPSACUS pilosus. In a plantation beside the tail-stream of Grantchester Mill. W. H. Coleman, mss.

CNICUS eriophorus. Hill near Linton, by the road from Hildersham;
about Eversden Wood; bushy closes by the seventh mile-
W. H. Coleman, mss.
stone on the road to St. Neot's.
CINERARIA campestris. Devil's Ditch near Stetchworth.
Coleman, mss.
ERYTHREA pulchella.
CHLORA perfoliata.

W. H.

W. H.

Shelford Common. W. H. Coleman, mss. Chalk pit, Madingley; about Eversden Wood; balks, pastures, &c. by the road to Impington. Coleman, mss. MYOSOTIS collina. C. C. Babington, sp. SYMPHYTUM tuberosum. (Add the reference "B. G.;" but there is perhaps some mistake. Page 149.)


VERONICA spicatu. This has not been found, for the last year or two. (Erase the semicolon after "furze," Page 150.) and introduce one after " Beacon.".

C. C. Babington, mss.

MENTHA piperita. Wet hollow in the copse by Coton Turnpike.


H. Coleman, mss.

sylvestris. Coe Fen; Coton Cross; between Coton and the Oxford Road. W. H. Coleman, mss.

EUPHORBIA stricta. Brickfield by the Oxford Road, beyond the ObW. H. Coleman, mss.

Fleam Dyke, abundantly.

servatory. ORCHIS ustulata. W. H. Coleman, mss. LIPARIS Loeselii. Burwell Fen. C. C. Babington, sp. ACERAS anthropophora. Furze hills, Hildersham.

W. H. Coleman,


OPHRYS apifera. Fleam Dyke; Westhoe Park; Trumpington Mill lane plantation. W. H. Coleman, mss. (To this species Page 153.) belongs a specimen misplaced to O. muscifera. IRIS fætidissima. Eversden Wood; Histon; Fellow's Grounds, St. John's. W. H. Coleman, mss.

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MUSCARI racemosum. Road side between Wort's Causeway and the
W. H.
great chalk-pit, Cherry Hinton, near Cambridge.
Coleman, sp.

ACORUS Calamus. Marshy ground at Chesterton, below the Ferry; nearly opposite Fen Ditton; above Bat's-bight sluice. W. H. Coleman, mss.

TYPHA angustifolia. Pools in the brickfield beyond the Observatory; in a pond nearly opposite the Cherry-Tree,' on the road to Oxford. W. H. Coleman, mss.


POTAMOGETON zosteræfolius. In great plenty in a ditch at "Bait'sbite," near Cambridge. Mag. Nat. Hist.

CLADIUM Mariscus. Pools in the brickfield, beyond the Observatory. W. H. Coleman, mss.

SCHENUS nigricans. (The generic name of this is omitted, the misprint making it appear as a species of Cladium. — Page 154.)

CAREX Pseudo-cyperus. Kingston Wood, in a swampy place on the north side. W. H. Coleman, mss.

filiformis. Teversham Moor; pools in the brick-field beyond the Observatory. W. H. Coleman, mss. PHLEUM Boehmeri. Furze hills, Hildersham. W. H. Coleman, mss. (The specific name of this is omitted. - Page 154.) CALAMAGROSTISs Epigejos. Plantations by Fulbourn Moor; Teversham Moor; Hill near Linton, by the back road from Hildersham. W. H. Coleman, mss.

lanceolata. Erase the semicolon after "Wood Ditton. - Page 154.)


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CLEMATIS Vitalba. Between Bedford and Thurleigh. J. E. Leefe,


GERANIUM sanguineum. Potton. Fl. Bed. Add.

ASTRAGALUS hypoglottis. (Refer to " B. G.," not " Fl. Bed." - Page


TRIFOLIUM hybridum. Caldwell pastures. Fl. Bed. Add.
TORILIS infesta.
Common. Fl. Bed.
CAMPANULA glomerata.

Luton. J. Anderson, mss.

latifolia. Leighton Buzzard, in a wood near the Canal. J. Anderson, mss.

VERBASCUM nigrum. Luton, abundant. J. Anderson, mss. ANTIRRHINUM Orontium. Leighton Buzzard Heath. J. Anderson,

(Refer to “ B. G.,” not to “ Fl. Bed.” — Page

Common. Fl. Bed.
Southill. Fl. Bed. Add.


MENTHA sylvestris.


ORCHIS pyramidalis.
OPHRYS aranifera.

EPIPACTIS grandiflora. Luton Park, under the beech trees. J. An


derson, mss.

ORNITHOGALUM nutans. Near Ampthill, scarcely wild. J. E. Leefe,


VISCUM album. Ipston. Walk. Oxf.

PYROLA media. (Read " W. Pamplin, mss.," as the authority for the first locality. The second station is to be referred to Pyrola minor, as given on the next page. - Page 162.)

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