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Thorne Moors Botanical Survey 2011:

A Chronological Bibliography of Botanical Literature.

1796

William Withering (1796)

A Botanical Arrangement of British Plants 3rd Edition.

1835

Watson, H.C. (1835)

The New Botanist’s Guide to the localities of the Rarer Plants of Britain. Vol.1. England and Wales. London.

1840

Baines, H. (1840)

The Flora of Yorkshire. London.

1848

Inchbald, P. (1848) British Ferns.  Doncaster, Nottingham and Lincoln Gazette.

6 October 1848 p.8.

Inchbald, P. (1848) British Ferns (continued).  Doncaster, Nottingham and Lincoln

Gazette. 3 November 1848 p.6.

1854

Baker, J.G. and Nowell, J. (1854)

A Supplement to Baines’ Flora of Yorkshire. London.

1862

Maill, L.C. and Carrington, B. (1862)

The Flora of the West Riding. London.

1864

Kenyon, J. B. (1864) Uncommon Plants near Hooton Pagnell, Doncaster.  Botanists Chronicle 1: 76.

1865

Anon. (1865a) Thorne Moors.  Doncaster, Nottingham and Lincoln Gazette, 23 June 1865.

Anon. (1865b) Excursion of the Sheffield Field Naturalists’ Society to Thorne Moor.  Sheffield and Rotherham Independent, 24 June 1865.

Anon. (1865c) Excursion of the Sheffield Field Naturalists’ Society to Thorne Moor.  Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 24 June 1865.

Appleby, S. (1865) Botanical Reminiscences.  Doncaster, Nottingham and Lincoln Gazette, 19 May 1865.

1866

Hatfield, C.W. (1866)

Historical Notices of Doncaster. Vol.1. Doncaster Gazette, 2 Doncaster.

1875

Parsons, H.F. (1875) Goole Scientific Society.  The Naturalist 1: 11-12.

1876

Parsons, H.F. (1876) The maritime Plants and Tidal Rivers of the West Riding.  The Naturalist 1: 113-120.

1877

Anon. (1877) Botany. In Circular for YNU Excursion to Goole and Thorne Waste (VC 63) 8 August 1877.

Anon. (1877) YNU Excursion to Goole and Thorne Waste (VC 63) 8 August

1877.

The Naturalist 3: 30-32.

Roebuck, W.D. (1877) Reports of Societies: Leeds Naturalists’ Club and Scientific Association – 258th Meeting.

The Naturalist 3: 27-28; 30-32.

1878

Fowler, W. and Parsons, H.F. (1878) Report of the Botanical Section 1877. YNU Transactions Series E. Botany: 1-8.

Parsons, H.F. (1878) Supplement to the Botanical Report for the year 1878.  YNU Transactions Series E. Botany: 29-50.

Birks, T. jnr. (1878a) The Flora of the Goole District.  Goole and Marshland Weekly Times. 8 and 15 March 1878.

Birks, T. jnr. (1878b) The Flora of the Goole District.  Goole Telegraph. 12 March

1878.

Birks, T. jnr. (1878) The Flora of the Goole District.  Ann Rep. Cttee Goole Sci. Soc. 1877-1878: 1-8.

Davis, J.W. and Lees, F.A. (1878)  West Yorkshire: An account of its Geology, Physical Geography, Climatology and Botany. London.

Anon. (1978) Goole Scientific Society.  The Naturalist 4: 61-62. 1879

Birks, T. jnr. (1879) Botany. Recorder’s Report. Ann Rep. Cttee Goole Sci. Soc. 1878-1879: 1-7. 1881

Anon. (1881a) Botany. In Circular for YNU Excursion to Thorne (VC 63) 9 July 3

1881.

Anon. (1881b) YNU Excursion to Thorne Waste (VC 63) 9 July 1881. The Naturalist 7: 22-23.

Soppitt, H.T. (1881) Bradford Naturalists’ Society – Meeting 19 July.  The Naturalist 7: 20.

W[rigglesworth], E.B. (1881) Reports of Societies: Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union.  The Naturalist 7: 22-24. 1883

Appleby, S. (1883) Rarer Plants in the Neighbourhood of Doncaster. Mag. Nat. Hist. 5: 556-558.

Lee, P.F. (1883) Botanical Queries.  The Naturalist 9: 36. 1884

Lees, F.A. (1884)  Lastraea cristata near Thorne: its discovery and its history. The Naturalist 9: 164-165.

Backhouse, J. (1884)  Lastrea cristata. The Naturalist 9: 137.

Birks, T. jnr. (1884) The Sundews.  Hardwick’s Science Gossip. 20: 117.

1888

Lees, F.A. (1888)  The Flora of West Yorkshire. Botanical Series of the Transactions of the Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union Vol. 2.

1895

Miller, J.K. (1895) The rarer plants of the Walkeringham Neighbourhood in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.  The Naturalist 20: 159-171.

1896

Anon (1896) YNU Excursion to Goole Moor and Twigmoor Gullery (VC 63) 1-3 June 1895.  The Naturalist 21: 229-237.

Woodruffe-Peacock, E.A. (1896) A Critical Catalogue of Lincolnshire Plants: from all known sources.  The Naturalist 21: 309-316.

1897

Wilkinson, H.J. (1897) Catalogue of British Plants in the Herbarium of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society. Pt. III. Ann.Rep. Council Yorks. Phil.

Soc.1896: 13-35.

1898  

Bunker, T. (1898) The Natural history of Goole Moor and the immediate vicinity. Trans. Hull Sci. Fld Nat. Cl. 1: 1-9.

1900

Corbett, H.H. (1900) Thorne Moors  Violas. The Naturalist 25: 222. 1902

Wilkinson, H.J. (1902) Catalogue of British Plants in the Herbarium of the

Yorkshire Philosophical Society. Pt. VIII. Ann.Rep. Council Yorks. Phil. Soc.1901: 65-78.

1904

Bennett, A. (1904) Scheuchzeria palustris L. Trans. Caradoc and Severn Valley  Fld. Cl. 3: 118-121.

Thompson, H.S. (1904)  Deschampsia discolor in Yorkshire. Journ. Bot. 42: 90. 1905

Bunker, G.E. (1905) Goole and Thorne Moors.  Nature Study 14: 7-14. 1907

Anon. (1907) YNU Excursion to Thorne/Thorne Waste (VC 63) 11 July 1907.  The Naturalist 32: 316-324.

Baker, J.G. (1907) Botany (p. 111-167) in Page, W. (ed.) Victoria History of the Counties of England: Yorkshire Vol.1 Archibald Constable, London.

Bellerby, W. and Corbett, H.H. (1907) Botany, in Natural History of Thorne Waste.  The Naturalist 32: 320.

Corbett, H.H. (1907) Botany, in Circular no. 203 for YNU Excursion to Thorne/Thorne Waste 1 July 1907.

Woodruffe-Peacock, E.A. (1907) Ecological Botany. In Natural History of Thorne Waste. The Naturalist 32: 320-322. 1911

Corbett, H.H. (1911) Botanical Section, in YNU Annual Report for 1910.  The Naturalist 36: 58-59.

1913

Anon. (1913) Saturday with the Scientists.  Doncaster Chronicle 4 July 1913.

1918

Lees, F.A. (1918) Postscriptum to E.G. Bayford, A Floral Film of 1831. The Naturalist 43: 92. 5  1920

Woodruffe-Peacock, E.A. (1920) Ecology of Thorne Waste.  The Naturalist 45: 301-304; 253-356; 381-384.

1921

Anon. (1921) Note on Meeting of Leeds Naturalists’ Club.  The Naturalist 46: 117.

Bennett, A. (1921)  Scheuchzeria palustris L. in Thorne Moors. The Naturalist 46: 128.

Woodruffe-Peacock, E.A. (1921) Ecology of Thorne Waste.  The Naturalist 4621-25.

1930

Dallman, A.A. (1930 Seed flotation of Yellow Iris. Northwestern Naturalist 5: 251-252.

1934

Sledge, W.A. (1934) Botany in Circular no 385 for YNU Excursion to Goole 4-6 August 1934.

Smith, A.M. (1934) Botany. In YNU at Goole 4-6 August. The Naturalist 59: 47-249.

1935

Dallman, A.A. (1935)  Ledum palustre L. in Yorkshire. Northwestern Naturalist 10: 45-47.

Dallman, A.A. (1935) West Yorkshire flowering plants.  Northwestern Naturalist 10: 265-266.

1941

Sledge, W.A. (1934) Thorne Waste Plants.  The Naturalist 66: 266-268.

Lees, F.A. (1941) In Cheetham C.A. and Sledge, W.A. (ed.)  A Supplement to the Yorkshire Floras. London.

1942

Sledge, W.A. (1942) Botanical Records Committee. In YNU Annual Report for 1941. The Naturalist 67: 10.

1943

Sledge, W.A. (1943) Botanical Records Committee. In YNU Annual Report for 1942. The Naturalist 68: 16-18. 6

Sledge, W.A. (1943) Viola stagnina Kit. in West Yorkshire. The Naturalist 68: 77-78.

Taylor, J.M. (1943) Viola stagnina Kit. in Yorkshire. Northwestern Naturalist 18: 112.

1944

Sledge, W.A. (1944) Botanical Records Committee. In YNU Annual Report for 1943. The Naturalist 69: 18-20.

1945

Sledge, W.A. (1945) Botanical Records Committee. In YNU Annual Report for 1944. The Naturalist 70: 23-25.

1946

Sledge, W.A. (1946) Botanical Records Committee. In YNU Annual Report for 1945. The Naturalist 71: 26-28.

Shaw, G.A. (1946) Flowering Plants. In YNU Excursion to Thorne Waste (VC 63) 3 August 1946.  The Naturalist 71: 169-170.

Taylor, J.M. (1946) Notes on vascular plants in Circular no. 471 for YNU  Excursion to Thorne Moors 3 August 1946.

1948

Sledge, W.A. (1948) Botanical Records Committee. In YNU Annual Report for 1947.  The Naturalist 73: 25-27.

1949

Bunting, W. (1949) Animals and plants introduced into the Thorne district.  The Naturalist 74:156.

Sledge, W.A. (1949) The distribution and ecology of Scheuchzeria palustris L. Watsonia 1: 24-35.

1950

Sledge, W.A. (1950) Botanical Records Committee. In YNU Annual Report for 1949.  The Naturalist 75: 32-35.

1953

Sledge, W.A. (1953) Plant records. In YNU Annual Report for 1952.  The Naturalist 78: 40-42.

1954

Shaw, G.A. (1954) Plant records. In YNU Annual Report for 1953.  The Naturalist 79: 26-28. 7

1955

Dallman, A.A. (1955)  Kalmia angustifolium L. in Northern England. Northwestern Naturalist 3 (new ser.): 433.

1956

Shaw, G.A. (1956) Plant records. In YNU Annual Report for 1955.  The Naturalist 81: 28-30.

1959

Rob, C.M. (1959) Plant Records. In YNU Annual Report for 1958.

The Naturalist 84: 24-26.

1966

Crossley, R. (1966) Botany, in Circular no. 601 for YNU Excursion to Goole Moors 12 June 1966.

Sledge, W.A. (1966) Vascular Plants. In YNU Excursion to Goole Moors (VC 63) 12 June 1966.  The Naturalist 91: 134-135.

1969

Bunting, W., Dolby, M., Howes, C.A. & Skidmore, P. (1969)  Outline Study of the Hatfield Chase Pt. IDoncaster & District Amenities Protection and Promotion Society (Proof of evidence for Selby Fuel Ash Public Inquiry).

1970

Skidmore, P. (1970) Fifty Years Later: Another look at Thorne Waste.  The Naturalist 95: 81-87.

Murgatroyd, F. (1970) Vascular Plants: YNU Excursion to Thorne Waste (VC 63) 6-7 June 1970.  The Naturalist 95: 138-144.

Shimwell, D.W. (1970)  Notes on the vegetation of Thorne Moors. Unpublished.

1971

Weston, I. (1971) Thorne Waste 1970.  Transactions of the Lincolnshire Naturalists’ Union 17: 222-223.

1975

Gibbons, E.J. (1975) The Flora of Lincolnshire.  Lincolnshire Naturalists’ Union Brochure no. 6.

1980

Blockeel. T.L. (1980) Sphagnum balticum refound on Thorne Moors. The Naturalist 105: 158-159. 8

1983

Limbert, M. (1983) An Early Visit to Thorne Moors. Lapwing 14: 18-26.

Smart, P.J. (1983)  The Plant Ecology of Re-generated Peat Cuttings in Ombrotrophic Mires; with special reference to Thorne Moors, South Yorkshire.  PhD. Thesis University of Sheffield: Dept of Botany.

1985

Gibbons, E.J. and Weston, I. (1985) Supplement to the The Flora of Lincolnshire.  Lincolnshire Naturalists’ Union Brochure no. 11.

Shaw, M.R. (1985) Flowering Plants and Ferns. In Whiteley, D. (ed.)  The Natural History of the Sheffield Area and the Peak District. Sorby Natural History Society, Sheffield.

1986

Smart, P.J., Wheeler, B.D. and Willis, A.J. (1986) Plants and peat cuttings: historical ecology of a much exploited peatland – Thorne Waste, U.K.  New Phytol. 104: 731-748.

1987

Eversham, B.C. (1987) An annotated list of Thorne Moors Lichens.  Thorne Moors Papers1: 77-85.

Limbert, M. (1987a) A provisional Bibliography of the Thorne Moors Flora. Thorne Moors Papers 1: 44-51.

Limbert, M. (1987b) Charophytes from Thorne Moors.  Thorne Moors Papers 1: 86-87.

Limbert, M. (1987c) Materials for a history of Botanical investigation on ThorneMoors.  The Naturalist 112: 117-124.

Wall, C. and Limbert, M. (1987) An annotated checklist of Thorne Moors Bryophytes.  Thorne Moors Papers 1: 52-63.

1988

Dargie,T.C.D. (1988) A survey of vegetation, environment and succession on the

Dutch canal system of Thorne Moors NNR, South Yorkshire. Unpublished report to the Nature Conservancy Council.

Limbert, M. (1988) Notes on the history of Bryological recording on Thorne Moors.  YNU Bulletin 10: 8-10.

1989

Limbert, M. (1989) Further notes on the History of Botanical investigations on 9 Thorne Moors. The Naturalist 114: 21-22.

Smart, P.J., Wheeler, B.D. and Willis, A.J. (1989) Regeneration of peat excavations in a derelict raised bog.  New Phytologist 111: 733-748.

1990

John P. Holland (1990a)  A Vegetation Survey on Thorne, Crowle and Hatfield Moors, Part 1.  30pp. Unpublished report to Thorne & Hatfield Moors Conservation Forum..

John P. Holland (1990b)  A Vegetation Survey on Thorne, Crowle and Hatfield Moors, Part 2: Quadrat data. 250pp. Unpublished report to Thorne & Hatfield Moors Conservation Forum.

Limbert, M. (1990) Stoneworts from Thorne Moors.  Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union Bulletin 14: 4-5.

1991

Limbert, M. (1991) A list of the Fern-allies and Ferns of Thorne Moors.  Sorby Record 26: 46-52.

Limbert, M. (1991) William Casson of Thorne.  The Naturalist 116: 3-15.

1992

Eversham. B.C. and Swindlehurst, G. (1997) A habitat classification and Recording framework for Thorne and Hatfield Moors. Thorne and Hatfield Moors Papers 3: 4-18.

1997

Eversham, B.C. (1997) The Flora, Vegetation and Ecology of Thorne and Hatfield Moors: An overview.  Thorne and Hatfield Moors Papers 4: 55-66.

1999

Howes, C. A. (1999) Myrtle of the Moors. Yesterday Today 29: 40-44.

2000

Howes, C. A. (2000) Gale Warning: Where have all the Myrtles (Myrica gale) gone?  YNU Bulletin 33: 29-33.

2010

Howes, C.A., Limbert, M., Oliver, M. and Mcdonald, I. (2010) A Historical Review of the Royal Fern Osmunda regalis in the Doncaster region. The Doncaster Naturalist 2 (1): 26-32.

2011

Coles, G.L. (2011)

The story of South Yorkshire Botany. Yorkshire Naturalists’ 10 Union.

Wilmore, G.T.D., Lunn, J. and Rodwell, J.S. (2011) The South Yorkshire Plant Atlas. Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union and Yorkshire & the Humber Ecological

Data Trust, York.

 

 

 


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