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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2016 7:53 am    Post subject: Feedback request: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxilla Reply with quote

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Specimen #213117

Taxon:Cyperaceae: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris K. Richt.
Other name:Cyperaceae: Carex axillaris Good.
confirmed by Edward Shearburn Marshall

[synonym of C x pseudoaxillaris]

Filed in taxon folder:Cyperaceae: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris K. Richt.
Collected by:Mr Charles Edgar Salmon
Collection date:19/8/1910
Locality:Great Britain, VC13 West Sussex, Coolham, TQ12, roadsides
ex herb:Botanical Exchange Club of The British Isles
Institution:Manchester Museum (MANCH)
Image:Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris herbarium specimen from Coolham, VC13 West Sussex in 1910 by Mr Charles Edgar Salmon.
notes:frequent

Inferred details are marked.

Documented by tom humphrey on 5th June 2006.

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dateuserchange
18/06/2016oldnickAdded determination (conf): Carex axillaris
18/06/2016oldnickDeleted note: no attached specimen, 4 BEC labels referring to C. remota x vulpina, from Nazeing Church VC18 28/5/1912; C. contigua x remota, from Hailes, VC33 19/7/1909; C. axillaris Old Head Wood VC32 12/7/1913; C. axillaris from Coolham, VC13 19/8/1910
18/06/2016oldnickAdded note: frequent
18/06/2016oldnickDeleted locality: GB
18/06/2016oldnickAdded locality: GB VC13 Coolham, roadsides
18/06/2016<system> (minor automatic edit)Deleted provenance: (Botanical Exchange Club of The British Isles)
18/06/2016oldnickAdded collector: Mr Charles Edgar Salmon
18/06/2016<system> (minor automatic edit)Added provenance: (Botanical Exchange Club of The British Isles)
18/06/2016oldnickAdded determiner: Rev. Edward Shearburn Marshall
18/06/2016oldnickDeleted collection date: 1909 - 1913
18/06/2016oldnickAdded collection date: 19/8/1910
18/06/2016oldnickAdded determiner's note: [synonym of C x pseudoaxillaris]
19/06/2016oldnickDeleted determiner's note: [synonym of C x pseudoaxillaris]
19/06/2016oldnickAdded determiner's note: [synonym of C x pseudoaxillaris]

Specimen #404296

Taxon:Cyperaceae: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris K. Richt.
Other name:Cyperaceae: Carex axillaris Good.
confirmed by Edward Shearburn Marshall

[synonym of C x pseudoaxillaris]

Filed in taxon folder:Cyperaceae: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris K. Richt.
Collected by:Arthur Humble Evans
Collection date:19/6/1910
Locality:Great Britain, VC19 North Essex, Bishops Stortford, TL4920, Hedgerow
communicated:Charles Edward Moss
Institution:Manchester Museum (MANCH)
notes:'C axillaris ........ growing with the parents'

Documented by oldnick on 18th June 2016.

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19/06/2016oldnickDeleted determiner's note: [synonym of C x pseudoaxillaris]
19/06/2016oldnickAdded determiner's note: [synonym of C x pseudoaxillaris]

Specimen #404297

Taxon:Cyperaceae: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris K. Richt.
confirmed by Edward Shearburn Marshall & G Kukenthal
Filed in taxon folder:Cyperaceae: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris K. Richt.
Locality:Great Britain, VC32 Northamptonshire, Kettering, Old Head Wood, SP9282, pond
Institution:Manchester Museum (MANCH)
notes:one very large tussock, with parents

Documented by oldnick on 18th June 2016.

Specimen #404298

Taxon:Cyperaceae: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris K. Richt.
Filed in taxon folder:Cyperaceae: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris K. Richt.
Collected by:Mr Joseph Edward Little
Collection date:28/5/1912
Locality:Great Britain, VC19 North Essex, Nazeing, TL40, In ditch by roadside near house called 'Beale Oaken' [formerly stood at Roydon Hamlet, TL414075] near Nazeing Church, S Essex vc18
Institution:Manchester Museum (MANCH)
notes:with both parents

Inferred details are marked.

Documented by oldnick on 18th June 2016.

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19/06/2016oldnickDeleted locality: GB VC19 Nazeing, In ditch by roadside near house called 'Beale Oaken' near Nazeing Church, S Essex vc18
19/06/2016oldnickAdded locality: GB VC19 Nazeing, In ditch by roadside near house called 'Beale Oaken' [formerly stood at Roydon Hamlet, TL414075] near Nazeing Church, S Essex vc18

Specimen #404299

Taxon:Cyperaceae: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris K. Richt.
confirmed by Edward Shearburn Marshall

[as C axillaris - synonym] a weak specimen

Filed in taxon folder:Cyperaceae: Carex otrubae x remota = C. x pseudoaxillaris K. Richt.
Collected by:Rev. Harry Joseph Riddelsdell
Collection date:19/7/1909
Locality:Great Britain, VC33 East Gloucestershire, Hailes, SP0530, [NE of Winchcombe]
Institution:Manchester Museum (MANCH)

Documented by oldnick on 18th June 2016.

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19/06/2016oldnickDeleted determiner's note: [as C axillaris - synonym] a weak specimen
19/06/2016oldnickAdded determiner's note: [as C axillaris - synonym] a weak specimen

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oldnick wrote
no attached specimen, 4 BEC labels. nb C. axillaris is a synonym of C x pseudoaxillaris, and C vulpina a usual misnomer for C otrubae. I can't reconcile anywhere near Nazeing with vc18 South Essex


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2016 8:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Beale Oaken is, or was, at OS TL414075, but seems to have disappeared from the latest maps. See mid C20th OS 25000 map.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 8:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks!
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