Herbarium specimen: Myosotis stolonifera
|Taxon:||Boraginaceae: Myosotis stolonifera (DC.) J. Gay ex Leresche & Levier ("Pale Forget-me-not")|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Boraginaceae: Myosotis stolonifera (DC.) J. Gay ex Leresche & Levier ("Pale Forget-me-not")|
|Collected by:||Rev Douglas Montague Heath|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC65 North-west Yorkshire, Cautley Spout, SD680975, Cautley Spout , Cumberland|
|ex herb:||Rev Douglas Montague Heath|
|Institution:||University of Birmingham (BIRM)|
|notes:||assume Cantley should be Cautley|
Google suggested Cautley Spout
Wiki states Cautley Spout is Highest Waterfall in England (above sea level not depth of fall)
"It is located in the Howgill Fells, traditionally in the West Riding of Yorkshire but now in Cumbria on the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The waterfall is just north of the small town of Sedbergh."
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Documented by lowfatspread on 28th June 2008.
Checked by keith barnett