Herbarium specimen: Potamogeton polygonifolius
|Taxon:||Potamogeton polygonifolius Pourr. ("Bog Pondweed")|
named by James Edgar Dandy 1962
|Other name:||Potamogeton polygonifolius Pourr. ("Bog Pondweed")|
named by Robert Reid Mill 6/6/1972
|Filed in taxon folder:||Potamogeton polygonifolius Pourr. ("Bog Pondweed")|
|Collected by:||Rev Douglas Montague Heath|
|Locality:||Great Britain, VC62 North-east Yorkshire, Helmsley, SE68|
|ex herb:||Rev Douglas Montague Heath|
|Institution:||University of Birmingham (BIRM)|
|notes:||"Coviaccous leaves only only growing in damp heathland places is only a state" Druce|
A variety mentioned by Druce in Haywoods Pocket annual not in Lond[don] Cat[alogue] not in Babington.
Inferred details are marked.
Associated recordsOther specimen entries from this sheet.
|+||Potamogeton polygonifolius||GB, VC97 West Inverness-shire, Fort William, Cow HIll||Douglas Montague Heath||22/7/1909||BIRM|
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Documented by hallucigenia on 20th March 2010.