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A Supplement to The Yorkshire Floras

Nature volume 150, page 8 (04 July 1942) | Download Citation



THE flora of Yorkshire has been described in the volumes on West Yorkshire by F. A. Lees (1888), East Yorkshire by J. F. Robinson (1902) and North Yorkshire by J. G. Baker (1906). Some thirty years ago, Lees collected the additional records and incorporated them in a manuscript entitled the “Vegetation of Yorkshire and Supplement to the Floras of York”. This extensive manuscript included, however, so much theoretical discussion relative to the facts embodied that sufficient support could not be found for its publication, though the Yorkshire Naturalists' Union always hoped that the included records might be made available for botanists. This undertaking has now been achieved by Mr. Cheetham and Dr. Sledge and published under the auspices of the Union.

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