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kenilworth



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PostPosted: Tue Jul 14, 2009 7:57 am    Post subject: Feedback request: Scleranthus perennis (4231) Reply with quote

This post was made automatically in response to a request for comment on the documentation form. There is more general info about such requests here.

Specimen #278028

Taxon:Caryophyllaceae: Scleranthus perennis L. ("Perennial Knawel")
Filed in taxon folder:Caryophyllaceae: Scleranthus perennis L. ("Perennial Knawel")
Collected by:W Jordan
Collection date:6/1876
Locality:Great Britain, VC26 West Suffolk, Icklingham, TL77
ex herb:Prof George Stephen West
Institution:University of Birmingham (BIRM)
Image:Scleranthus perennis herbarium specimen from Icklingham, VC26 West Suffolk in 1876 by W Jordan.
fruits/flowers:mature flowers

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Documented by kenilworth on 12th July 2009.

Checked by oldnick

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dateuserchange
14/07/2009kenilworthDeleted note: Mr A Bennett's specimen collected heath near Lakenheath wind mill, Suffolk
14/07/2009kenilworthAdded notes
14/07/2009kenilworthDeleted note: Mr A Bennett's specimen collected heath near Lakenheath wind mill, Suffolk, growing amoung short grass,
14/07/2009kenilworthAdded notes
17/07/2009tom humphreyDeleted collector: N Jordan
17/07/2009tom humphreyAdded collector: W Jordan
09/09/2013oldnickDeleted locality: GB VC26 Icklingham, Rampart Field
09/09/2013oldnickAdded locality: GB VC26 Icklingham

Specimen #278239

Taxon:Caryophyllaceae: Scleranthus perennis L. ("Perennial Knawel")
Filed in taxon folder:Caryophyllaceae: Scleranthus perennis L. ("Perennial Knawel")
Collected by:Mr Arthur Bennett
Collection date:15/7/1876
Locality:Great Britain, VC26 West Suffolk, Lakenheath, TL78, heath near Lakenheath wind-mill, growing among short grass, Silene otities, Medicago minima etc.
Institution:University of Birmingham (BIRM)

Inferred details are marked.

Documented by tom humphrey on 17th July 2009.

Checked by oldnick

Specimen #278240

Taxon:Caryophyllaceae: Scleranthus perennis L. ("Perennial Knawel")
Filed in taxon folder:Caryophyllaceae: Scleranthus perennis L. ("Perennial Knawel")
Collected by:Prof Charles Cardale Babington
Collection date:25/6/1863
Locality:Great Britain, VC26 West Suffolk, Icklingham, TL77, "Rampart Field"
ex herb:William West (Bradford)
Institution:University of Birmingham (BIRM)

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Documented by tom humphrey on 17th July 2009.

Checked by oldnick

N.B. reporting of the edit history is currently fairly unclear and misleading. Most edits made to specimens appear as a pair of 'add' and 'delete' entries, which may not be together in the list. There are also often 'minor' edits, which are made automatically (rather than due to user activity), for example to merge synonym names.

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kenilworth wrote
What does Mr A Bennet say after location?


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 1:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've split the entries for this sheet into three separate records. You can do this by adding additional copies of the documentation form, by clicking the green cross near the top left of the form (not immediately obvious unfortunately...). This can be worth doing if multiple unrelated collections are mounted together on the same sheet.

I think the locality for Bennett's specimen reads '...growing among short grass, Silene otities, Medicago minima etc.'

regards,

Tom
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kenilworth



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PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 2:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Tom.

Since doing this sheet, I've discovered how to do multiple specimens. I'm gradually getting the idea.
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