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|
|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)|
|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.
Associated recordsOther specimen entries from this sheet.
|+||Primula elatior||GB, VC19 North Essex, Stansted||Douglas Montague Heath||4/1914||BIRM|
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Documented by hallucigenia on 16th June 2009.