10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «VICE-COUNTY»
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Geographical Guide to Floras of the World: An Annotated List ...
Vice-county 87. Local Praeger, R. L. The flora of County Armagh. Irish Nat. 2: 11-
15, 34-38, 59-62, 91-95, 127-134, 155-159, 182-184, 212-215. pi. 2, 5 (pi. 2, map
). 1893. (Reprinted, 37 p.) Botanical investigations, general features of flora, lists
Sidney Fay Blake, Alice Cary Atwood, 1961
... of 10 to 15 miles around Belfast. — See also Down (Chase, The natural history
of Campbell College and Cabin Hill). Armagh See also Ireland, General (Dickie,
A flora of Ulster . . . ; Lett. Botanists in the north of Ireland). Vice-county 37.
A Computer-Mapped Flora: A Study of The County
A Study of The County of Warwickshire D.A. Cadbury. WARWICKSHIRE Vice-
County 38 Map No. 455 459.6 Stachys palustris L. Marsh Woundwort '
WARWICKSHIRE WARWICKSHIRE _'i elieiet >_ . Vice-County 38 Vice-County.
Millipedes: Keys and Notes for the Identification of the ...
As a consequence the available number of vice-county records has nearly
doubled. I am grateful to Dr. Fairhurst for providing lists of this new information
which has enabled me to up-date the distribution maps. The records are
processed and ...
John Gordon Blower, Linnean Society of London, Estuarine and Brackish-water Sciences Association, 1985
The Changing Wildlife of Great Britain and Ireland
4 Changes since the 1970s Apart from the sources given above, the source for
new records at vice-county level comes from the annual reports of the non-
marine recorder for the CSGBI, published in the Journal ofConchology. Table
David L. Hawksworth, 2003
Vice-county (for records from the British Isles only), 3 characters [CloxVc_A] The
British vice-counties are a system devised long ago to divide the British Isles into
subnational units for biological recording. Although regarded by many as now ...
Sustainable Forestry: From Monitoring and Modelling to ...
... L.) in the south of England and a range expansion in Scotland. The HaRPPS
version 1 database holds data on species location at the resolution of a vice-
county (a vice-county is an administrative unit area for botanical recording) ...
Limestones and Caves of Wales
... SS 574 886 ST 125 821 SS 531 912 SS 556 868 SS 546 873 SS 426 867 SS
532 911 SO 545 147 SO 546 146 ST 526 961 SN 109 002 SO 561 154 SO 578
085 SO 651 199 SO 570 052 SO 591 139 SO 561 154 Denbigh (Vice-county N0.
REFERENCE C22/101 CROSS REFERENCE TO ORIGINAL RETOURS C24/103
NO 33\par \par THIS ENQUIRY WAS MADE IN THE CURIA COURT OF THE
VICE- COUNTY OF ROSS ON THE SIXTEENTH DAY OF THE MONTH OF ...
The Naturalist in Britain: A Social History
As it was, the 'vice-county' system became so popular and generally accepted as
the basic unit of recording in this country that it ended up by considerably
outstaying its usefulness. Watson's death left such a hiatus in forward thinking on
David Elliston Allen, 1976