Herbarium specimen: Salix viminalis
|Taxon:||Salicaceae: Salix viminalis L. ("Osier")|
|Collected by:||Rev. Augustin Ley|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC36 Herefordshire, Sellack, SO52|
|Institution:||Botanical Society of the British Isles (BSBI)|
|ocrnotes:||S. viminalis, L., var. intricata, Leefe. Wet hedge, Sellack, Herefordshire, 15th April and 22nd June, 1887 j and river bank, Wilton, Herefordshire, 2nd April, and 5th July, 1887.--Augustin Ley. "These specimens (but especially that from Wilton) are, I dare say. Leefe's var. intricata ; but that, at the best, is a very slight modification of viminalis, and not worth distinguishing. Is the smaller leaf specimen from Wilton taken from the same plant as the larger ? "-- F. Buchanan White.|
|Filing note:||BEC Report 1887|
Inferred details are marked.
Other specimens with similar collection dates, collectors or localities.
|+||Salix viminalis||GB, VC36 Herefordshire, Foy||Augustin Ley||22/6/1887||BIRM|
Associated recordsOther specimen entries from this sheet.
|+||Salix purpurea||GB, VC17 Surrey, Putney||Eyre Champion de Crespigny||7/1887|
|+||Salix pseudo-stipularis||GB, VC41 Glamorganshire, Swansea||Edward Francis Linton||2/5/1887|
|+||Salix rugosa||GB, VC57 Derbyshire, Shirley||William Richardson Linton||10/6/1887|
|+||Salix ferruginea||GB, VC6 North Somerset, Long Ashton||James Walter White||BSBI|
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