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Herbarium specimen: Primula elatior

Taxon:Primulaceae: Primula elatior (L.) Hill ("Oxlip")
Filed in taxon folder:Primulaceae: Primula elatior (L.) Hill ("Oxlip")
Collected by:Rev Douglas Montague Heath
Collection date:3/4/1913
Locality:Great Britain, VC19 North Essex, Takeley, TL5621, Growing as far as I can remember in a meadow or on railway bank.
ex herb:Rev Douglas Montague Heath
Institution:University of Birmingham (BIRM)
Image:Primula elatior herbarium specimen from Takeley, VC19 North Essex in 1913 by Rev Douglas Montague Heath.
fruits/flowers:mature flowers
notes:P elatior generally grows in woods [and] is abundant in a wood at Stanstead about a mile and a half away.
These specimens I at first pressed and mounted as P. veris.

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+Primula elatiorGB, VC19 North Essex, StanstedDouglas Montague Heath4/1914BIRM

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