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vert bar A Botanical Bibliography of County Cavan.
Last updated: 10th August 2017
Allen, D.E. & Reilly, P. (BM) (1993) Rubus hesperius INJ 24 (6): 249 - 251 (1993) 2km SE. of Stradone, land bordering cut-away bog by L24

Allen, D.E. & Reilly, P. (BM) (1993) Rubus hesperius INJ 24 (6): 249 - 251 (1993) 6km W of Derrynacreeve, in hedges

Allen, D.E. & Reilly, P. (BM) (1993) Rubus hesperius INJ 24 (6): 249 - 251 (1993) E. of Glengawlen, on verges of L50

Blackwood, G.G. (1923) (Thelypteris, as Polypodium, phegopteris) Beech Fern in Co. Cavan; Irish Naturalist XXXII (1923) 107.

Breen, C., (1970) Leucorchis albida (L.) C.E. Mey. new to County Cavan H.30., Irish Naturalists' J., 16 p.395.

Brunker, J.P. (1949) Lathyrus palustris TCD Outlet of L. Sheelan, Finea

BSBI (2017) Field Meeting Report 2016, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, 18 and 19 June Irish Botanical News 27: 78

Carpenter G.H. (1907) Lathraea squamaria in Co. Cavan; Irish Naturalist XVI (1907) 132.

Cavan district; Report of Belfast Naturalists’ Field Club excursion to, Irish Naturalist XX (1911) 161; Belfast Naturalists’ Field Club 2 VI (1912) 501.

Cole, J.M.G. (1938) (Osmunda and Cryptogramma) Royal and Parsley Ferns in Co. Cavan; Irish Naturalists’ Journal VII (1938) 54.

Cole, J.M.G. (1938) (Pinguicula lusitanica) Pale Butterwort in Co. Cavan; Irish Naturalists’ Journal VII (1938) 92.

Cole, J.M.G. (1938) (Ranunculus sceleratus) Celery-leaved Ranunculus in Co. Cavan; Irish Naturalists’ Journal VII (1938) 92.

Cole, J.M.G. (1938) Kilmore; Some alien plants at, Irish Naturalists’ Journal VII (1938) 92.

Cole, J.M.G. (1939) Cavan; Further plant records for county, Irish Naturalists’ Journal VII (1939) 146; additional plants, loco citato 186.

Colgan. N.C. (1906). Botany notes. The Scientific tourist through Ireland. Irish Naturalist 15: 252-253.

Conaghan, J. (1999) The vegetation, ecology and conservation of the Lough Oughter Lake system, Co. [4.93 MB] Enviroscope Environmental Consultancy, Galway

Corry T.S. (1883) Ulster; Manuscript annotations by T. S. Corry [died 1883] in Dickie's Flora of, Belfast Museum*.

David, R.W. (1970) Carex elata ITE BRC Database printout, August 1994 Lough Annagh, SW corner

David, R.W. (1984) Carex elata ITE BRC Database printout, August 1994 Corduff Lake, S shore

Environmental Consultancy Services (1989) Carex elata ITE BRC Database printout, August 1994 Lough Anoneen, N end

Faris R.C. (1949) Carex elongata in Co. Cavan; Irish Naturalists’ Journal IX (1949) 247.

Farrell, L. (1972) A Preliminary Report on Areas of Scientific Interest in County Cavan [2.13 MB] An Foras Forbartha, Dublin.

Folan, A.C.M., (1969) Field Meetings 1968. Cavan. 12th-18th July., Bot. Soc. Brit. Isles Proc., 7(4) p.634

Gardner, Mr. (1995) Monotropa hypopitys Glasra, New Series, Reilly, 2:165-177, p. 172 Driggett Wood, Farnham, at the foot of Beech trees [39]

Goodwillie, R. (1977) Areas of Scientific Interest in Co. Cavan [1.7 MB] An Foras Forbartha, Dublin.

Goodwillie, R. (1981) Areas of Scientific Interest in Co. Cavan [2.07 MB] , An Foras Forbartha, Dublin.

Halpin, N.J. (1995) Agrostemma githago Glasra, New Series, Reilly, 2:165-177, p. 172 Farnham [45]

Halpin, N.J. (1995) Calamagrostis epigejos Glasra, New Series, Reilly, 2:165-177, p. 172 Lough Sheelan [16]

Halpin, N.J. (1995) Filago minima Glasra, New Series, Reilly, 2:165-177, p. 172 Near Ballyjamesduff [73]

Halpin, N.J. (1995) Melampyrum sylvaticum Glasra, New Series, Reilly, 2:165-177, p. 172 Driggett-Wood, Farnham [58]

Harrison, W. E., (1974) Carex elongata L. in counties Leitrim and Cavan., Irish Naturalists' J., 18 p.92-93.

Hill, A.G. (1997) B.S.B.I. field meetings in Ireland. 1996. (H3, H4, H8, H10, H15, H16, H30, H39) Irish Botanical News 7: 45

Ingrouille, M.J. (1980) Limonium procerum subsp. procerum var. hibernicum Ingrouille var. nova Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society (1986), 92: p. 197 Clogher Head

M'Ardle D. (1898) Cavan; Report on the Musci and Hepaticae of the county, [Phanerogams, 606], Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 3 IV (1898) 606, tt. 21-2.

Meikle, R.D. (1950) Salix nigricans Glasra 7: 1-10 (1983), p. 7 Farnham

More, Alexander Goodman (1872). On recent additions to the flora of Ireland. Proc. Roy. Irish Acad. (2) 256–293.

Nelson E.C. (1998). ‘A willing Cicerone’: Professor Robert Scott (ca. 1757-1808) of Trinity College, Dublin, Fermanagh’s first botanist. Glasra n.s. 3(2): 115–143.

Nelson, E.C. (1997). Robert Scott’s Irish mosses, Dicranium scottianum and Grimmia maritima: a note about their publication. Journal of Bryology 19: 503–508.

Northern Ireland Lakes Survey Team (1989) Carex elata ITE BRC Database printout, August 1994 Annaghmore

Northern Ireland Lakes Survey Team (1989) Carex elata ITE BRC Database printout, August 1994 Drumaveale Lough

Northern Ireland Lakes Survey Team (1989) Carex elata ITE BRC Database printout, August 1994 Lough Garrow

Northern Ireland Lakes Survey Team (1989) Carex elata ITE BRC Database printout, August 1994 Lough Sarah

Northern Ireland Lakes Survey Team (1990) Carex elata ITE BRC Database printout, August 1994 Legalough

Northridge, R.H. (1995) Pseudorchis albida INJ 25 (5): 189 (1996) On steep SW facing slope in the limestone uplands at Legnaveagh nr Blacklion

Northridge, R.H. (1995) Trollius Europaeus INJ 25 (4): 154-155 (1995) S shore of Upper Lough Macnean, about 200m N from the jetty, on rocky limestone shore, just along line where scrub of Alnus, Salix, Rosa etc. met the open shoreline vegetation

Northridge, R.H. (1995) Trollius Europaeus INJ 25 (4): 154-155 (1995) S shore of Upper Lough Macnean, in a band 1m wide, for 75m along the shore, on rocky limestone shore, just along line where scrub of Alnus, Salix, Rosa etc. met the open shoreline vegetation

not given (1973) Carex elata ITE BRC Database printout, August 1994

O’Connell, P. (1963). A County Cavan itinerary circa 1744. Journal of the Breifne Historical Society 2:6, 254–273.

Page, C.N. (1995. Equisetum ×willmotti C.N. Page – a new hybrid horsetail from Co. Cavan, Ireland. Glasra n.s. 2(2): 135–138.

Phillips, W.H. & Praeger R.Ll. (1887) Ferns of Ulster; Belfast Naturalists’ Field Club 2 II (1887) appendix 1.

Praeger R.Ll. (1892) Lough Sheelin; Plants of, Irish Naturalist I (1892) 124.

Praeger R.Ll. (1906) Melittis melissophyllum in Co. Cavan; Irish Naturalist XV (1906) 155.

Praeger, R.Ll. (1896) Cavan; The field clubs of, R. Ll. Praeger Irish Naturalist V (1896) 193.

Praeger, R.Ll. (1901), Praeger collecting localities and itineraries in County Cavan

Praeger, R.Ll. (1905) Cavan Lakes; Plants of the, R. Ll. Praeger Irish Naturalist XIV (1905) 260.

Reilly P.A. (2001), Flora of County Cavan (2001), NBG Occasional Papers No. 13 : pp 177

Reilly, P. (1996) Cardamine amara INJ 25 (10): 386-387 (1997) Beside a cattle path on the E side of the Bunnoe R. (a tributary of the Annalee), at the bridge beside Foy's Mill, nr Drung, on the road from Cavan to Cootehill, some distance NE of Killykeen, Lough Oughter and the Erne basin, at the water's edge, in a damp recessed area, protected from the fast-flowing river

Reilly, P. (1996) Cardamine amara INJ 25 (10): 386-387 (1997) On the W bank of the Bunnoe R., extending 100m S of the bridge, a marsh with mixed deciduous trees between the roadside and the river

Reilly, P. (1996) Cardamine amara INJ 25 (10): 386-387 (1997) Same as that of 02045 but on the other side of the path, and a third behind the mill

Reilly, P. (1996) Pseudorchis albida INJ 25 (10): 386-387 (1997) Corratirrim, 1995, R. Northridge (BSBI meeting)

Reilly, P. (1999) Cardamine amara INJ 26 (7/8): 287 (1999) Ballyhaise, on the Annalee River in the grounds of the Agricultural College. 1km S of the first station at Bunnoe. The Ballyhaise site is similar to that at Bunnoe, a recessed marshy area by the fast flowing river

Reilly, P., (1989) Some new county records and other plants of interest found in Cos Longford (H24) and Cavan (H30). Irish Nat. J. 22(2): 25-26 (1989) .

Reilly, P., (1989) Some new county records and other plants of interest found in Cos Longford (H24) and Cavan (H30)., Irish Naturalists' J., 23 p.25-26.

Reilly, P., (1996) Plant records from Co. Cavan (H.30)., Irish Naturalists' J., 25 p.89.

Reilly, P., (1997) Cardamine amara L. in Co. Cavan and its history in the literature., Irish Naturalists' J., 25 p.386-387.

Reilly, P., (1997) Ophrys apifera at Bruse Hill, Co. Cavan., Irish Naturalists' J., 25 p.385.

Rippey, I., (1990) Some new county records and other botanical notes., Irish Naturalists' J., 23 p.216-218.

Rippey, Ian. (1990) Some new county records and other botanical notes. INJ 23: 216–218.

Scannell, M., (1974) Reports. Bruse Hill, Co. Cavan. 11th August., Watsonia, 10 p.223-224.

Scannell, M.J.P. (1974). Report on BSBI field trip to Bruse Hill, August 1974. Watsonia 10: 223–224.

Scott, R. (1803) Application for premium for the discovery of ‘plants new to Ireland’ (Dicranum scottianum and Grimmia maritima). Trans. Dublin Society 3(3): 157–161. See Nelson 1998.

Sigerson G. (1861) (Cavan) Additions to the flora of botanical district 10; Royal Irish Academy 12 June 1871; report Journal of Botany IX (1871) 253.

Stewart, S.A. (1882). Report on the botany of the mountainous portion of Co. Fermanagh to the west of Lough Erne, and the adjoining district of Co. Cavan. Proc. Roy. Irish Acad. 2: 531–544.

Stewart, S.A. (1883-1886). Report on the botany of Lough Allen and the Slieveanierin Mountains. Proc. Roy. Irish Acad. 4: 426–442.

Synnott, D., Breen, C., (1982) Reports of field meetings 1980: Kingscourt, Co. Cavan. 26th-29th June., Watsonia, 14 p.114-116.

Synnott, D.M. (1978) The status of Crataegus laevigata (Poiret) DC. in Ireland. Glasra n.s. 2: 49–55.

Tomlinson, W.J.C. (1920) (Ophrys apifera) The Bee Orchis in Co. Cavan; Irish Naturalist XXIX (1920) 120.

Tomlinson, W.J.C. (1929). The bee orchis in Co. Cavan. Ir. Nat. 29: 120.

Webb, D.A. (1984) Taraxacum webbii TCD L. Sheelin, wet grassland by the north shore, near boat-harbour