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PHYTOLACCACEAE

Phytolacca acinosa Roxb.
IR: -- , EN: Indian Pokeweed
ITB
CC
SR 39: Belfast c.1975, in car park of Ulster Museum where it grew for a few years (as P. americana in FNE 1992, BEL); probably an escape from the nearby Botanic Gardens, but gone from car park by 2002 (P. Hackney).
DBN 21: Lambay Island, under Quercus ilex shrubbery, not known to have been cultivated on island, M.Jebb, June 2002.


AIZOACEAE

Carpobrotus edulis (L.) N.E. Br. in E. Phillips (Carpobrotus edulus)
IR: -- , EN: Hottentot-fig
ITB
CC 5, 20-21, 38
Delete 3 (the specimen in DBN is cf. Lampranthus)
5: Roches Point, Cork Harbour. 9 Jul 1978. P.O'Hara. W85.
20 (INJ, 17:387)
21: (Howth Head. fide T.Crawford. O23.)
38 (FNE-H).
SR {1: Great Southern Hotel, Parknasilla 1915 (Preston & Sell 1989, K).}
[3: Map record (Atlas 1962); voucher specimen redetermined as Lampranthus sp. (DBN).]
5: Near Roche's Point, Cork Harbour 1978, 1985 (DBN); still there 1999 (Scannell 2000a).
6: Garrarus 2000, coastal cliffs (Green 2001b).
20: The Murrough 1972, sparingly in a few places; N of Arklow 1972 (Carvill & Curtis 1973). The Breaches S of Kilcoole Station 1994, by railway (D. Nash), also 1999 (SR).
21: * Howth; map record (Atlas 1962). S coast of Howth from W of Drumleck Point to Baily Lighthouse 1989-90 (FDub 1998, DBN), and still extensively naturalized there 2001 (SR). Rockabill 1990 (FDub 1998).
31: Coast S of Clogher Head mid-1990s (M. Taylor).
38: Cranfield by Carlingford Lough 1980, on sand; Orlock 1984, abundant on rocks by shore (FNE 1992).
DBN

Lampranthus roseus (Willd.) Schwantes (Mesembranthemum roseum, Mesembryanthemum roseum ) ? As Lampranthus falciformis, Mesembryanthemum falciforme
IR: -- , EN: Rosy Dewplant
ITB
CC 3, 5
3, 5 (DBN).
3: Three Castle Head. 5 Aug 1957. J.E.O'Donovan. V72.
5: Roches Point. 25 Aug 1985. P.Smiddy. W85.
SR Rare garden escape. L. falciformis (Haw.) N.E. Br. is listed in Cens Cat for 3 and 5, but legends on voucher specimens (see above) indicate that they are possibly L. roseus (Willd.) Schwantes. The same two locations are given for both taxa in Clement & Foster (1994), and for L. roseus only in Webb et al. (1996) and Stace (1997).
DBN


CHENOPODIACEAE

Atriplex glabriuscula Edmondston (Atriplex babingtonii)
IR: Eilifleog chladaigh , EN: Babington's Orache
ITB 1-6, 8-9, 12, 16-17, 20-22, 27-29, 31, 34-35, 37-40
CC 1-6, 8, 9, 12, 16-17, 20-22, 27-29, 31, 33-40
Delete 37 (not traced).
SR
DBN
Atriplex glabriuscula × patula --
IR: -- , EN: --
ITB
CC 3
3 (Watsonia, 1:362).
SR
DBN
Atriplex glabriuscula × prostrata --
IR: -- , EN: --
ITB
CC 3
3 (Watsonia, 1:362).
SR
DBN
Atriplex hortensis L.
IR: -- , EN: Garden Orache
ITB
CC
SR
DBN
Atriplex laciniata L. (Atriplex farinosa, Atriplex maritima, Atriplex sabulosa)
IR: Eilifleog phlúrach , EN: Frosted Orache
ITB 21, 22, 31, 38, 39
CC 3-6, 9, 12, 16, 21-22, 27-28, 31, 38-40
3, 6 (Atlas)
4-5 (INJ, 18:238)
9 (FCB)
16 (INJ, 20:470)
27 (IBS, 8:86)
28 (INJ, 21:180).
SR
DBN
Atriplex littoralis L.
IR: Eilifleog thrá , EN: Grass-leaved Orache
ITB 4, 9, 12, 20, 21, 38, 39
CC 4-6, 9, 12, 20-21, 38-39
6 (Watsonia, 9:274).
SR
DBN
Atriplex longipes Drejer
IR: -- , EN: Long-stalked Orache
ITB
CC
SR
DBN H6: Three specimens at north end of 'Scot Pine A Pond' Little Island (S6511), 25 October, Paul Green (DBN).
Atriplex patula L. (Atriplex angustifolia, Atriplex erecta)
IR: Eilifleog chaol , EN: Common Orache
ITB 1-12, 14-25, 27-40
CC 1-40
13 (Atlas; FC).
SR
DBN
Atriplex portulacoides (L.) Aellen (Halimione portulacoides)
IR: Lus an ghaill , EN: Sea-purslane
ITB 1, (2), 4-6, 9, 12, 21-22, 31, 37-38
CC 1, (2), 3-6, 9, 12, 15-16, 20-22, 31, 37-38
3 (P '46)
15 (P '39)
16 (INJ, 20:470).
SR
DBN
Atriplex prostrata Boucher ex DC. (Atriplex deltoidea, Atriplex hastata, Atriplex prostrata subsp. deltoidea)
IR: Eilifleog leathan , EN: Spear-leaved Orache
ITB 3-6, 8-9, 11-12, 15, 17-18, 20-22, 28, 34-40
CC 1-6, 8-13, 15-18, 20-23, 27-29, 31, 33-40
10 (INJ, 17:216).
SR
DBN

Bassia scoparia (L.) Voss (Kochia scoparia)
IR: -- , EN: Summer-cypress
ITB
CC
SR 2, 8, 11, 21.
2: S of Tarbert 1989 (Reynolds 1992c, DBN).
8: * Foynes Port 1988-89, 1995; roadsides E, S and W of Foynes 1989-90; Limerick City 1989 (Reynolds 1990, 1992c, 1993, 1997e, BM, DBN).
11: Rosbercon 1989 (Reynolds 1992c, DBN).
21: Dublin Port 1991, 1996 (Reynolds 1993, 1998c, DBN).
DBN

Beta trigyna Waldst. & Kit.
IR: -- , EN: Caucasian Beet
ITB
CC
SR 21: One plant in Irishtown Nature Park 1993-94, not obviously planted and not in reseeded part of park (Reynolds 1994c, DBN).
DBN
Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla (L.) Arcang.
IR: -- , EN: Foliage Beet (Spinach)
ITB
CC
SR 21: ["Possibly spinach", Dublin City 1981 (FID 1984).] Ballyogan tip 1993 (Reynolds 1994c), also 1994. Ringsend Dump 1999 (SR).
DBN
Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima (L.) Arcang. (Beta vulgaris)
IR: Laíon na trá , EN: Sea Beet
ITB 1-6, 8-9, 11-12, 15-17, 20-22, 28, 31, 34, 35, 37-40
CC 1-6, 8-9, 11-12, 15-17, 20-22, 27-28, 31, 34-35, 37-40
SR
DBN
Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris L.
IR: -- , EN: Root Beet
ITB
CC
SR 3, 20, 21.
3: Sherkin Island and Skeam W 1993, grown for fodder and sometimes persisting as a weed (Akeroyd 1996). Clogagh, NW of Timoleague 1999, waste ground (P. Green).
20: SW of Donard 1999, in gravel pit (SR).
21: Occasional relic of cultivation (FDub 1998).
DBN

Chenopodium album agg.
IR: Blonagán bán , EN: Fat-hen
ITB 1-40
CC 1-40
SR
DBN
Chenopodium ambrosioides
IR: -- , EN: Mexican-tea
ITB
CC
SR [19: Near Straffan 1904 (Knowles 1906); voucher specimen redetermined as C. leptophyllum (DBN).]
DBN
Chenopodium berlandieri Moq.
IR: -- , EN: Pitseed Goosefoot
ITB
CC
SR 19: Near Straffan 1904, hen run by canal, introduced with grain (as C. opulifolium in Knowles 1906, DBN).
DBN
Chenopodium bonus-henricus L.
IR: Praiseach bhráthar , EN: Good-King-Henry
ITB 1-5, 7-9, 11-12, 15, 18-24, 26-29, 31, 34-40
CC 1-40
6 (Atlas).
SR 3: Castle Island 1994, amongst nettles by ruined buildings (Akeroyd 1996); still present, and on adjacent strand 2000 (J. Akeroyd).
9: 2 km E of Lisdoonvarna 1984, roadside (McGough 1988). E of Clooncoose, NNE of Killinaboy 1989, beside a farm on green road; Crusheen 1989, disturbed ground (DBN).
10: S of Lough Nahinch 1996, field near farmyard (D. Nash).
13: Carrigduff, Bunclody, in hedge (Booth 1979).
21: Near Athgoe Castle 1984; Lambay Island 1990s (FDub 1998).
22: Dunmoe Castle near Navan (Synnott 1979a). Athboy 1996 (R. Goode).
31: King John's Castle, Carlingford (Synnott 1979a).
36, 37, 39, 40 : Lough Neagh area (Harron 1986).
38: Belfast Harbour area (FBel 1997).
39: Whitehead 1972, by the shore; Shane's Castle near Lough Neagh 1976 (FNE 1992).
DBN
Chenopodium capitatum (L.) Asch. (Blitum capitatum)
IR: -- , EN: Strawberry-blite
ITB
CC
SR 8, 33, 39.
8: Foynes Port 1988, one plant (Reynolds 1990, 1994b, DBN), probably introduced with animal feed.
33: * Farnaght SE of Enniskillen since at least the early 1800s, in cultivated ground (Carrothers 1903a, BEL, DBN), and still there in 1930s (Praeger 1939); last seen at Farnaght c.1974 (Northridge 1991).
39: Stranmillis Road, Belfast 1909, rubbish heap (DBN).
DBN
Chenopodium ficifolium Sm.
IR: -- , EN: Fig-leaved Goosefoot
ITB
CC
SR 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 21, 39.
4: Millstreet 1999, one plant on soil heap by building site (P. Green).
6: Near Ballyshonock Bridge, W of Kilmeadan 1997, three plants (P. Green).
8: E of Foynes Port 1994-96, rubbish tip and infill (Reynolds 1996b, 1997e, DBN).
10: Drominagh House near Lough Derg 1996 (D. Nash).
12: Wexford Harbour area (FitzGerald 1996).
21: Dublin City 1986, disturbed ground (FDub 1998, DBN).
39: * Lisburn 1900, on deposited soil and rubbish (Davies 1901, DBN).
DBN
Chenopodium foliosum
IR: -- , EN: Strawberry Goosefoot
ITB
CC
SR 21: Chapelizod 1918, "a stray in a garden" (DBN).
DBN
Chenopodium glaucum L.
IR: -- , EN: Oak-leaved Goosefoot
ITB
CC
SR 8, 10, 21, 39.
8: Foynes Port 1988-90, 1995, and roadside E of Foynes 1989 (Reynolds 1990, 1992c, 1997e, BM, DBN).
10: Latteragh/Sallypark area 1996, farmyard (D. Nash).
21: Dublin Port 1989, 1995, 1996, 1999 (Reynolds 1992c, 1997e, 1998c, 1999c, DBN), also 2000-01.
39: * Stranmillis Road, Belfast 1915, rubbish heap (DBN).
DBN
Chenopodium hybridum
IR: -- , EN: Maple-leaved Goosefoot
ITB
CC
SR 21, 39.
21: Near Dublin, waste place; J.T. Mackay specimen (TCD).
39: Near new Lisburn road at Malone, Belfast 1846, on ruins of mud cottage (Dickie 1864, Cyb 1866, DBN).
DBN
Chenopodium leptophyllum
IR: -- , EN: Slimleaf Goosefoot
ITB
CC
SR 8, 19.
8: Foynes Port 1990, one plant (Reynolds 1993, DBN).
19: * Near Straffan 1904-05, hen run by canal; also specimen of C. ambrosioides redetermined as C. leptophyllum (Knowles 1906, DBN).
DBN
Chenopodium murale L.
IR: Praiseach an bhalla , EN: Nettle-leaved Goosefoot
ITB
CC 4, 8, 20-22, 31, 37, 39
4 (Atlas)
20 (P '39)
31 (Proc. BSBI, 3:185 -the record is possibly for VC. 22)
37 (INJ, 21:181).
SR 21: Dublin Port 1990-91, single plants (Reynolds 1993, DBN).
37: New road at Tullyhappy 1976, disturbed ground (Dawson 1983, BEL).
39: Still on shores of Lough Neagh, but sparingly (Harron 1986, FNE 1992).
DBN
Chenopodium opulifolium
IR: -- , EN: Grey Goosefoot
ITB
CC
SR [19: Near Straffan 1904-05 (Knowles 1906); 1904 voucher specimen redetermined as C. berlandieri (DBN).]
DBN
Chenopodium polyspermum L.
IR: Blonagán síolach , EN: Many-seeded Goosefoot
ITB
CC 4, 12, 22, 37, 39
4, 12 (Atlas)
22 (P '39)
37 (INJ, 21:181)
39 (FNE).
SR Established only on Lough Neagh shores, where first noted in 1906 (Adams 1909b); since c.1937 usually with C. murale there (FNE 1938).
Perhaps a casual near Cork City, other early records discounted (Cyb 1866, Cyb 1898).
37, 39: Still common by Lough Neagh, including Oxford Island 1977 (Harron 1980, 1986, Dawson 1983, FNE 1992, BEL).
DBN ?delete 12: A specimen in TCD from Rosslare 1935, redetermined as Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima, was probably the source of a map record in Atlas 1962, on which the Cens Cat record for 12 was based
delete 22: RLP 1939 = redetermined as Atriplex prostrata.
Chenopodium rubrum L.
IR: Blonagán dearg , EN: Red Goosefoot
ITB 1, 2, (4), 5, 8-9, 12, 15, 17, 21-23, 31, (38), (39)
CC 1-3, [4], 5, 8-9, 12-13, 15, 17, 20-23, 25-26, 28-29, 31, 33, 38-39, (40)
3 (Watsonia, 1:362)
25 (H & R)
26, 29 (INJ, 21:416)
40 (FNE-H).
SR
DBN
Chenopodium strictum Roth (Chenopodium album subsp. striatum, Chenopodium striatum)
IR: -- , EN: Striped Goosefoot
ITB
CC
SR 8: Single plants at Foynes Port 1988 (Reynolds 1990, DBN, RNG) and on roadside at Barrigone SE of Foynes 1989 (Reynolds 1992c).
DBN
Chenopodium suecicum Murr (Chenopodium album var. viride, Chenopodium viride)
IR: Blonagán Lochlannach , EN: Swedish Goosefoot
ITB
CC 38
38 (B & S: 75).
SR In 19th C, not uncommon (e.g. Cyb 1866, FDub 1904).
1: Dingle 1970 (DBN).
11: Silverspring 1905 (DBN).
19: Near Straffan 1904, yard of vacant house by canal (DBN); introduced with grain.
21: Near Dalkey Station 1859, cornfield; Skerries 1889; Howth 1893 (DBN; see FDub 1904).
31: Sandy shore below Termonfeckin 1896; two specimens, differing from each other (DBN).
36: Washing Bay, shore of Lough Neagh 1896 (DBN).
38: Shore by Carlingford Lough 1938; near Belfast 1938 (Brenan & Simpson 1949).
39: Malone, Belfast 1844 (DBN). Newforge, Malone area 1985 (FNE 1992).
DBN
Chenopodium urbicum
IR: -- , EN: Upright Goosefoot
ITB
CC
SR [21: Custom House Docks, Dublin (FDub 1998), c.1920s; unconfirmed.]
DBN
Chenopodium vulvaria L.
IR: Bréanlus , EN: Stinking Goosefoot
ITB
CC 6, 21
6, 21 (Atlas).
SR 6: Gathered at Tramore and remembered for its "odious smell" (Cyb 1866).
21: Dublin area (Cyb 1866); an escape from cultivation apparently long extinct (FDub 1904).
38/39: Neighbourhood of Belfast (Cyb 1866); at one time "in much repute in medicine on account of its abominable smell" (FNE 1888).
DBN

Monolepis nuttalliana (Schultes) E. Greene
IR: -- , EN: Povertyweed
ITB
CC
SR 38: Near Ballymacarrett Halt 1915 (Carrothers 1916). Killough 1920 (FNE 1992, BEL).
DBN

Salicornia dolichostachya Moss
IR: -- , EN: Long-spiked Glasswort
ITB
CC 1, 4-6, 12, 21, 31, 34-35, 38
SR
DBN
Salicornia europaea L. (Salicornia herbacea)
IR: Lus na gloine , EN: Common Glasswort
ITB 1-6, 8-9, 11-12, 15-17, 20-22, 27-28, 31, 34, 35, 37-40
CC 1-6, 9, 12, 15-16, 20-21, 27-28, 31, 34-35, 38, 40
SR
DBN
Salicornia europaea agg.
IR: , EN:
ITB
CC 1-6, 8-9, 11-12, 15-17, 20-22, 27-28, 31, 34-35, 37-40
SR
DBN
Salicornia fragilis P. Ball & Tutin
IR: -- , EN: Yellow Glasswort
ITB
CC 1-6, 8-9, 12, 15, 21, 28, 34-35, 38, 40
8 (fide S.Reynolds)
9, 15 (INJ, 20:470).
SR
DBN
Salicornia nitens P. Ball & Tutin
IR: -- , EN: Shiny Glasswort
ITB
CC 5-6, 12, 21
5-6, 12, 21 (fide I.K.Ferguson).
SR
DBN
Salicornia pusilla J. Woods
IR: -- , EN: One-flowered Glasswort
ITB
CC 4-6, 12, 21
SR
DBN
Salicornia ramosissima J. Woods
IR: -- , EN: Purple Glasswort
ITB
CC 3, 6, 15-16, 27
SR
DBN

Salsola kali subsp. kali L.
IR: Lus an tsalainn , EN: Prickly Saltwort
ITB 1-6, 9, 12, 16, 20-22, 27-28, 31, 34-35, 38-40
CC 1-6, 9, 12, 16, 20-22, 27-28, 31, 34-35, 38-40
SR
DBN
Salsola kali subsp. ruthenica (Iljin) Soó (Salsola pestifer, Salsola tragus)
IR: -- , EN: Spineless Saltwort
ITB
CC
SR Rare casual; introduced with grain and possibly animal feed; recent records from Dublin Port.
19, 21, 38.
19: * Near Straffan 1904, hen run by canal (Knowles 1906, DBN).
21: Dublin Port 1989, 1994 (Reynolds 1992c, 1996b, DBN).
38: Near Ballymacarrett Halt 1915, waste ground (Carrothers 1916).
DBN

Sarcocornia perennis (Miller) A.J. Scott (Arthrocnemum perenne, Salicornia perennis)
IR: Lus gloine buan , EN: Perennial Glasswort
EN Protected, 1980, 1987, 1999
ITB
CC 12
12 (INJ, 14:18).
SR
DBN

Spinacia oleracea L.
IR: -- , EN: Spinach
ITB
CC
SR 3: Horse Island 1996, waste ground (L. Wolstenholme).
DBN

Suaeda maritima (L.) Dumort.
IR: Blide mhara , EN: Annual Sea-blite
ITB 1-6, 8-9, 12, 15-17, 20-22, 27-28, 31, 34, 35, 37-40
CC 1-6, 8-9, 12, 15-17, 20-22, 27-28, 31, 34-35, 37-40
SR
DBN