Cambridgeshire is a county of diverse lowland habitats, and varied geology with a long history of botanical recording. Typical of the larger floras published in recent years, it covers 2,330 species and hybrids. This is an increase of 1,072 on the flora published in 1964. The main body of the book contains comprehensive species accounts. Introductory chapters discuss topography, geology, climate, an extensive history of plant recorders in the county, and a review of gains and losses of species. Sites of botanical interest, many of national importance, are also included, such as Chippenham Fen, Wicken Fen, the Devil’s Ditch, the Ouse Washes, and the urban flora of Cambridge.
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