Shropshire Botanical Society
The Botanical Society organises field meetings and indoor meetings throughout the year. Membership is open to anyone who is interested in botany, and costs £15 per year or £30 for 3 years.
To join the Shropshire Botanical Society, please make cheques payable to ‘Shropshire Botanical Society’ and send them to the membership secretary, Mark Duffell, 19 Compton Mews, Ford, Shrewsbury, SY5 9NX.
>> Flora of Attingham. 1975. F.H. Perring
>> New Flora of Attingham Park. 2005. Sarah Whild & Alex Lockton
>> Flora of Haughmond Hill. 2006. Sarah Whild, Alex Lockton & Martin Godfrey
>> The Flora of the Stiperstones. 2009. Sarah Whild & Alex Lockton
>> A Flora of Shrewsbury. 2011. Sarah Whild, Martin Godfrey & Alex Lockton
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Cox, J.H.S. & Aitchison, J.W. 1994. Biological survey of common land, No 24: Shropshire. Rural Surveys Research Unit, University of Wales, Aberystwyth,
Duffell, M. 2009. The distribution and native status of Aconitum napellus sl. L. in Shropshire. MSc dissertation, University of Birmingham.
Leighton, W.A. 1841. A Flora of Shropshire. John van Voorst, London, and John Davies, Shrewsbury; pdf version on Google Books.
Little, C. 2013. A florisic analysis of the Mile Meadow at Attingham Park. MSc thesis, University of Birmingham.
Lockton, A.J. & Whild, S.J. 2005. A botanical survey of Cole Mere. Whild Associates report to English Nature.
Oswald, P.H. & Herbert, A. 1965. Proceedings of a Meres and Mires Conference at Attingham Park, Shrewsbury on 6th, 7th and 8th December 1965. Unpublished report to the Nature Conservancy.
Roberts, J., Jones, V., Wood, D. & Parker, P. 1974. The Flora of Six Severn Eyots.
Rose, F. & Bellamy, D.J. 1959. Botanical report on the lakes, ‘Schwingmoore’, and raised bogs of the north-west Midlands. Report to the Nature Conservancy Council..
Tobin, R.W., Packham, J.R. & Willis, A.J. 1987. The woodlands of Telford New Town. Field Studies 6:589-616.