Articles

This page contains a list of short pieces from the Newsletter, which may be of particular interest.

IssueItem
56Briggs, Mary. “Guizotia abyssinica (L. fil.) Cas. in Sussex.Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 56 (May 2003).
60Briggs, Mary. “Anthemis austriaca at Pulborough.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 60 (May 2005).
65Briggs, Mary, with Frances Abraham. “Early Phenologists.Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 65 (January 2008).
73Bucknall, Rosalind. “Cuscuta epithymum and its hosts on Levin Down.Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 73 (January 2012).
66Byatt, Jean. “Our Mixed-up Hawthorns.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 66 (May 2008).
77Harmes, Paul and Christina Hart-Davies. "The Life of Nicholas Culpeper and his Sussex records." Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 77 (January 2014).
51Hollings, Mike, and Olwen Hollings. “Zizania latifolia at Patching.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 51 (January 2001).
61Hollings, Michael, and Olwen Hollings. “Notes on Keeping Wolffia arrhiza (Rootless Duckweed) in Captivity.Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 61 (January 2006).
65Kitchener, Geoffrey. “Epilobium Hybrid Key.Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 65 (January 2008).
62Knapp, Alan. “Arable weeds.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 62 (May 2006).
63Knapp, Alan. “Notes on the identification of some difficult species.Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 63 (January 2007).
65Knapp, Alan. “Ranunculus ficaria subspecies.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 65 (January 2008).
68Knapp, Alan. “Not just aggregates….” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 68 (May 2009).
65Knapp, Alan, and Frances Abraham. “Lotus angustissimus and Lotus subbiflorus in Sussex.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 65 (January 2008).
59Matcham, Howard. “Sussex Bryophytes: New and Interesting Records.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 59 (January 2005).
60Matcham, Howard. “Sussex Bryophytes.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 60 (May 2005).
72Matcham, Howard. “New and interesting lower plant records from West Sussex.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 72 (May 2011).
74Matcham, Howard. “New and interesting bryophyte records from West Sussex.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 74 (May 2012).
75Matcham, Howard. “Interesting fungi records: mainly from West Sussex 2011.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 75 (January 2013).
77Matcham, Howard. “Autobryography: 30 years’ bryology, mainly the Sussex years 1983-2013.Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 77 (January 2014).
78Matcham, Howard. “Two Bryophytes and an Alga new to Britain from Sussex.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 78 (May 2014).
79Matcham, Howard. "Freshwater Algae from Temporary Pools in Arable Fields near Chichester." Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 79 (January 2015).
58Nelson, Dawn. “The Fibonacci Series in Plants.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 58 (May 2004).
69Nelson, Dawn. "Mistletoe in Sussex." Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 69 (January 2010).
60Nicholson, Rachel. “Genista: a Botanical Puzzle.Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 60 (May 2005).
51Penfold, F. “Marrubium in Arundel Park.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 51 (January 2001).
51Reader, M.E. “Marsh Gentian on Ashdown Forest.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 51 (January 2001).
60Rich, Tim. “Asparagus prostratus, Wild Asparagus, in West Sussex.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 50 (May 2000).
75Rose, Jacqueline. “Cataloguing Bexhill Herbarium.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 75 (January 2013).
52Sturt, Nick. “’So many attractions’: A Nineteenth Century Excursion.Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 52 (May 2001).
55Sturt, Nick. “Concerning Dr F V Paxton, Coralroot and some elusive Herb Paris.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 55 (January 2003).
57Sturt, Nick. “E. S. Marshall in West Sussex.Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 57 (January 2004).
62Sturt, Nick. “The Centenary of the Death of ‘Petworth’s happy Scholar’.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 62 (May 2006).
70Sturt, Nick. “Meeting Gwyneth Parsons.” Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter, no. 70 (May 2010).