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Herbarium specimen: Rubus melanoxylon

Taxon:Rubus melanoxylon P.J.M´┐Żll. & Wirtg. ex Genev.
Collected by:Rev William Moyle Rogers
Collection date:29/7/1887
Locality:Great Britain, VC9 Dorset, Branksome Chine, SZ08
Institution:Botanical Society of the British Isles (BSBI)
Image:Rubus melanoxylon herbarium specimen from Branksome Chine, VC9 Dorset in 1887 by Rev William Moyle Rogers.Rubus melanoxylon herbarium specimen from Branksome Chine, VC9 Dorset in 1887 by Rev William Moyle Rogers.
ocrnotes:R. melanoxylon, Mull, and Wirtg,, Branksome, Dorset; rough bushy ground, in good quantity, 29th July, 1887. This is the plant described by Professor Babington; in 'Jour. Bot.' 1887, pp. 21^ 22. I have found it this year in several widely separated localities near East Dorset, and also near Brockenhurst, in the New Forest, S. Hants. It will be of interest to several members of the Club if I add that the R. plinthostylus described by the Professor in the same paper (page 22) is the beautiful little bramble which I sent for distribution as a small Kmhleriioxxa. from Minster Valley, E, Cornwall, in 1885,-- W. Moyle Rogers, New records for Vice-counties 9 and ir.
Filing note:BEC Report 1887

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 taxonlocalitycollectorsdateinstitution
+Rubus pubescensGB, VC57 Derbyshire, ShirleyWilliam Richardson Linton7/1887 to 9/1887BSBI
+Rubus pubescensGB, VC16 West Kent, ChislehurstEyre Champion de Crespigny1886BSBI
+Rubus rusticanusGB, VC16 West Kent, Saint Mary CrayEyre Champion de Crespigny1887BSBI
+Rubus rusticanusGB, VC52 Anglesey, PentraethJohn Edwards Griffith8/1887BSBI
+Rubus tereticaulisGB, VC27 East Norfolk, SprowstonEdward Francis Linton3/9/1887BSBI
+Rubus pyramidalisGB, VC57 Derbyshire, Matlock Bath28/7/1884BSBI
+Rubus melanoxylonGB, VC57 Derbyshire, BrailsfordWilliam Richardson Linton21/7/1887BSBI
+Rubus GB, VC57 Derbyshire, ShirleyWilliam Richardson Linton20/7/1887BSBI
+Rubus pyramidalisGB, VC27 East Norfolk, Mousehold HeathEdward Francis LintonBSBI

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