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A Guide to Habitats in Ireland. Highways Agency Design Manual for Roads and Bridges Vol.
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Webb's - An Irish Flora
Dublin: National Roads Authority. Parnell, J. Webbs, An Irish Flora 8th edition. Scrophulariaceae and their relatives in Lamiales have undergone major reorganisation in recent years Tank et al.
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For example, Scrophulariaceae as used in this volume include taxa that are recognised in the APG system as being members of Orobanchaceae Melampyrum and other chlorophyllous root parasites , Phrymaceae Mimulus and Plantaginaceae Antirrhinum , Digitalis , Veronica etc. Also in this order, the non-native Hebe is still recognised, despite being generally recognised to fall within Veronica. Despite these minor concerns, this attractively produced book will be used and used again on my trips to Ireland.
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Article Navigation. Close mobile search navigation Article Navigation. Volume Article Contents. Rory using hand lens to identify plant features. In this case see above photo , it was determining if the plant was Spring Gentian. Other habitats we looked at during the day included road verges, hedgerow banks, bogs including a dried-up bog pool, unusual but perhaps not surprising after our dry June and July , and turlough though again totally dry.
If you see a group of people with their heads stuck in a hedge they are likely to be some kind of scientist! It really was a great day out. Our group recorded about species, everything from common dandelions to rare spring gentians.