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Last updated: 10th August 2017
Akeroyd, J.R. 1990 Rumex pulcher Sherkin Island, in rocky grassland nr farm track from post office to Horseshoe Harbour INJ 24 (7): 284 - 285 (1993)

Akeroyd, J., 1992, The Flora of Sherkin Island and other islands of Roaringwater Bay, West Cork (H3)., B.S.B.I. News, 62 p.16 The writer outlines plans for a Flora of Sherkin Island and solicits plant records.-[D.H.K.]

Akeroyd, J.R. (1997) The wild plants of Sherkin, Cape Clear and adjacent islands of West Cork Ed(s) J. Akeroyd pp.[i-4 +] 5-180

Akeroyd, J., 1997, West Cork yields its floral treasures., Pl. Talk, 9 p.19

Akeroyd, J. (2016) Additions to the flora of Sherkin Island, Roaringwater Bay, West Cork (H3) Irish Botanical News 26: 22

Akeroyd, J.R., Clarke, K., 1993, Dianthus armeria L., new to Ireland and other rare plants in West Cork., Watsonia, 19 p.185-187

Allen, D.E. 2001 Rubus hesperius Site H: Hill lane from Ballalickey to Drunduff East INJ 27 (5): 192-197 (2003)

Allen, D.E. & Norton, M.P. 2007-2008 Rubus hesperius Around Goleen INJ 31 (1): (2010) 60

Allen, D.E., 1991, Rubus questieri Lef. & Mueller confirmed for Ireland., Irish Naturalists' J., 23 p.469-470

Bare, M. 1970 Crambe maritima Courtmacsherry, at the boulder beach at Broad Strand Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 9, 1985, p.27-28

Bridges, M.C.D. 1976 Crambe maritima Tow Head, on the boulder beach at Sweeney's Cove Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 9, 1985, p.27-28

BSBI 1983/1984 Limosella aquatica The Gearagh reservoir INJ 22 (1) (1986), p. 41

BSBI (2016) Field Meeting Report 2015, Courtmacsherry, West Cork (H3), Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 July Irish Botanical News 26: 72

BSBI (2017) Field Meeting Report 2016, Inchydoney, West Cork (H3) Irish Botanical News 27: 80

Conroy, D., Monahan, D., 1975, Lotus Subbiflorus Lag. on Sharkin Island, Co. Cork., Irish Naturalists' J., 18 p.254

Críodáin, C.Ó. & BSBI 1992 Lotus subbiflorus, Orchis morio, Ornithopus perpusillus, Sagina subulata, Tuberaria guttata, Viola lactea Roaringwater Bay BSBI News 62 (1992) p. 59-60

Criodain, C.O., 1992, Reports of Field Meetings. West Cork. 30th-31st May., B.S.B.I. News, 62 p.59-60

Cullinane, J.P., Crowley, C., 1985, Cyrtomium falcatum in Ireland., Fern Gaz., 13 p.42 The adventive fern Cyrtomium falcatum has been found in a seaspray zone of a 3m high cliff face in W. Cork; it is new to Ireland.-[D.H.K.]

Cummins, N. 1987 Simenthis planifolia NE of Eyeries on the shore of Kenmare Bay BSBI News 66 (1994) p. 54

Diggin, J. (2015) The first record of Hammarbya paludosa (Bog Orchid) in Co. Cork for 148 years Irish Botanical News 25: 18

https://www.npws.ie/sites/default/files/publications/pdf/Fahy_1972_ASI_Cork.pdf Fahy, E. (1972) A Preliminary Report on Areas of Scientific Interest in County Cork [3.66 MB]

Fahy, E., 1975, Ornithopus perpusillus L. on Sharkin Island, West Cork., Irish Naturalists' J., 18 p.254

FitzGerald, R. & Irish Biogeographical Society 1983 Limosella aquatica The Gearagh reservoir, near Macroom BSBI News 36 (1984) p. 9

https://www.npws.ie/sites/default/files/publications/pdf/Goodwillie_1986_ASI_Cork.pdf Goodwillie, R.N. (1986) Report on Areas of Scientific Interest in County Cork [5.3 MB]

Green, P. & Stevenson, A. 2006 Minuartia hybrida Caha Mountains, alt. c.500m, rocks in the mountain ridge straddling the border of co's Cork and Kerry BSBI News 104 (2007) p. 4

Hawes, P.J., 1993, Orchis morio L. at Barley Cove, Co. Cork (H3)., Irish Naturalists' J., 24 p.222

Hawes, P.T.J. 1991 Orchis morio Barley Cove, in coastal turf on eastern side INJ 24 (5): 222 (1993)

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

Hill, A.G. (1998) Field meetings, 1997 BSBI field meetings in Ireland, 1997 (H1, H3, H4, H7, H18, H25, H29, H38) Irish Botanical News 8: 36-39

Hill, A.G. (1999) BSBI field meetings in Ireland, 1998 (H3, H4, H18, H23, H25, H27, H29, H32, H35, H36) Irish Botanical News 9: 35

Hodd, T. (1998) A nature walk on Dursey Island, West Cork (v.c. H3) Irish Botanical News 8: 19-21

Horsman, F. 1999 Spiranthes romanzoffiana Currakeal near Glengarriff INJ 28 (2): 84-85 (2005)

Horsman, F. 1999 Spiranthes romanzoffiana Currakeal, bog/moorland, a few km NE of Glen Garriff Watsonia 24; 227-250 (2002) p.250

Hutchins, E. 1812 Trichomanes speciosum Deep glen nr Ballylickey Occasional Papers National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin, No. 12 (1999), p. 58 & 93

Hutchins, E. 1811 Arbutus unedo, Carum verticillatum, Mentha pulegium In a bog by the roadside north of Ballylickey Occasional Papers National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin, No. 12, p. 88

McMillan, N.F. 1976 Limosella aquatica On the bare mud of the River Lee Gearagh above the old Dunmanway road crossing INJ 22 (1) (1986), p. 41

McMillan, N.F., 1977, Limosella aquatica L. at the Geragh, West Cork: an addition to the county flora., Irish Naturalists' J., 19 p.53

Moore, J.J., 1966, Minuartia recurva (All.) Schinz & Thell. new to the British Islands., Irish Naturalists' J., 15 p.130-132

not given 1992 Rumex pulcher Sherkin Island, above Horseshoe Harbour on path to lighthouse INJ 24 (7): 284 - 285 (1993)

https://www.npws.ie/sites/default/files/publications/pdf/CP001873.pdf NPWS (2005) Conservation Plan Derryclogher (Knockboy) Bog SAC [2.02 MB]

O'Donnell, D. (1996) The natural heritage area survey of west Cork (H3). Irish Botanical News 6: 27-35

O'Donnell, D., 1996, The natural heritage area survey of West Cork., Irish Bot. News, 6 p.27-35 Contains floristic notes.-[D.H.K.]

O'Donovan & O'Regan 1951 Orobanche rapum-genistae Tra-na-mbo, near Lough Ine Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 9, 1985, p.31

O'Mahony, T. 1970/1983 Salvia verbenaca Near Clonakilty, on the seaward side of a calcareous sand-dune, facing Red Strand, Dirk Bay Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 9, 1985, p.31

O'Mahony, T. 1870s Orobanche rapum-genistae On the River Bandon between Dunmanway and Bandon Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 9, 1985, p.31

O'Mahony, T. 2000 Poa infirma Castlepark, near Kinsale, to the west of St James's Fort, other side of road from record 06933 BSBI News 85 (2000), p. 18

O'Mahony, T. 1986 Cruciata laevipes At entrance to disused Cliffort sand quarry on bank of R. Bandon opposite Inishannon village, one 2, diameter mound INJ 25 (5): 186-189 (1996)

O'Mahony, T. 1984 Limosella aquatica River Lee Valley, in a backwater of the Lee reservoir (formerly the course of the River Buinge) near Knockaunnacrohy on the Cork-Macroom road INJ 22 (1) (1986), p. 41

O'Mahony, T. 1984 Limosella aquatica River Lee Valley, on mudflats in the River Lee reservoir (formerly the course of the River Sullane) near Ashton, Macroom INJ 22 (1) (1986), p. 41

O'Mahony, T. 1982 Crambe maritima Courtmacsherry, at the boulder beach at Broad Strand Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 9, 1985, p.27-28

O'Mahony, T. 1980 Kicksia elatine Kinsale, near the postbox at Sandy Cove, on a bare hedgebank Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 9, 1985, p.30

O'Mahony, T. 1976 Trifolium striatum Sherkin Island, on hedgebanks at the junction of the Post Office/Public House roads, just above the pier Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 3, 1979, p.8-9

O'Mahony, T. 1976 Trifolium striatum Sherkin Island, on hedgebanks at the junction of the Post Office/Public House roads, just above the pier Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 3, 1979, p.8-9

O'Mahony, T. 1976 Trifolium striatum Glanore Village Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 3, 1979, p.8-9

O'Mahony, T. (1991) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5) Irish Botanical News 1: 17

O'Mahony, T. (1992) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5). Irish Botanical News 2: 26

O'Mahony, T. (1993) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5). Irish Botanical News 3: 32

O'Mahony, T. (1994) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 1993. Irish Botanical News 4: 17-19

O'Mahony, T. (1995) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 1994. Irish Botanical News 5: 12-15

O'Mahony, T. (1996) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 1995. Irish Botanical News 6: 35-40

O'Mahony, T. (1997) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 1996. Irish Botanical News 7: 34

O'Mahony, T. (1998) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 1997 Irish Botanical News 8: 23-26

O'Mahony, T. (1999) A report on the flora of Co. Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 1998 Irish Botanical News 9: 28

O'Mahony, T. (2000) A report on the flora of Cork (H3-H5), 1999 Irish Botanical News 10: 38

O'Mahony, T. (2001) Lepidium latifolium L. (Dittander) in the Cork flora Irish Botanical News 11: 11

O'Mahony, T. (2001) Putative adventive populations of Mentha pulegium L. (Pennyroyal) in Britain and Ireland Irish Botanical News 11: 16

O'Mahony, T. (2001) A report on the flora of Cork (H3-H5), 2000 Irish Botanical News 11: 31

O'Mahony, T. (2002) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 2001 Irish Botanical News 12: 27

O'Mahony, T. (2003) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 2002 Irish Botanical News 13: 33

O'Mahony, T. (2004) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 2003 Irish Botanical News 14: 16

O'Mahony, T. (2005) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5) 2004 Irish Botanical News 15: 29

O'Mahony, T. (2006) Mibora minima (L.) Desv., Early Sand-grass (Poaceae) in West Cork (H3): an addition to the Irish flora Irish Botanical News 16: 5

O'Mahony, T. (2006) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 2005 Irish Botanical News 16: 17

O'Mahony, T. (2007) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 2006 Irish Botanical News 17: 34

O'Mahony, T. (2008) The diagnostic characters of Rosa stylosa Desv. (Short-styled Field-rose) (Rosaceae): a brief account of its history, distribution and habitat preferences in the Irish flora, and its current-known distribution in Co. Cork (v.c. H3-H5) Irish Botanical News 18: 5

O'Mahony, T. (2008) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 2007 Irish Botanical News 18: 35

O'Mahony, T. (2009) A report on the flora of Cork (H3-H5), 2008 Irish Botanical News 19: 8

O'Mahony, T. (2010) A report on the flora of Cork (H3-H5), 2009 Irish Botanical News 20: 6

O'Mahony, T. (2011) A report on the flora of Cork (H3-H5), 2010 Irish Botanical News 21: 23

O'Mahony, T. (2012) A report on the flora of Cork (H3-H5), 2011 Irish Botanical News 22: 16

O'Mahony, T. (2013) A report on the Flora of Cork (H3-H5), 2012 Irish Botanical News 23: 33

O'Mahony, T. (2014) A report on the Flora of Cork (H3-H5), 2013 Irish Botanical News 24: 17

O'Mahony, T. (2015) A report on the Flora of Cork (H3-H5), 2014 Irish Botanical News 25: 21

O'Mahony, T. & Webb, D.A. 1971 Crambe maritima Courtmacsherry, at the boulder beach at Broad Strand Irish Biogeographical Society, Bulletin No. 9, 1985, p.27-28

O'Mahony, T., 1978, Field meetings 1976. Kinsale, Co. Cork. May 22nd-23rd., Watsonia, 12 p.75-76

O'Mahony, T., 1979, Inula crithmoides L. and Trifolium striatum L. in the Cork flora., Bull. Irish Biogeogr. Soc., 3 p.7-10 The history of Inula crithmoides and Trifolium striatum in the Cork flora is given. I. crithmoides is known only from H3 while T. striatum has recently ben rediscovered in H3, 4 and 5.-[D.H.K.]

O'Mahony, T., 1986, Carex muricata L. subsp. lamprocarpa Celak. in the Cork flora: Some recent records and autecological observations., Irish Naturalists' J., 22 p.23-24

O'Mahony, T., 1986, Some recent additions to the Cork flora., Irish Naturalists' J., 22 p.40-42 Interesting records are given. New to H3 is Phormium tenax, to H4 Allium oleraceum and Acorus calamus, and to H5 Draba muralis and Picris hieracioides.-[D.H.K.]

Polunin, O., 1950, Notes and additions to the flora of the islands of S.W. Cork., Watsonia, 1 p.359-363

Rich, T.C.G. (1995) Other contributions Records of the genus Camelina Crantz (Cruciferae) in Ireland [H1, H3, H4, H5, H8, H9, H16, H19, H20, H21, H23, H26, H27, H33, H38, H39, H40] Irish Botanical News 5: 22-27

Scannell, M.J.P. (1991) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5) Irish Botanical News 1: 16

Scannell, M.J.P. (1992) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5). Irish Botanical News 2: 24

Scannell, M.J.P. (1992) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5) — a correction. Irish Botanical News 2: 25

Scannell, M.J.P. (1996) A report on the flora of Cork county in 1995 (v.c. H3-H5). Irish Botanical News 6: 40-42

Scannell, M.J.P. (1997) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5) in 1996. Irish Botanical News 7: 38

Scannell, M.J.P. (1999) BSBI field meetings held in Co. Cork, 1998[Glengarrif H3 and Charleville & Ballyhoura H4] Irish Botanical News 9: 39

Scannell, M.J.P. (2002) Carex limosa L. in Co. Cork: a further record made at Portalougha (v.c. H3) in 1987 Irish Botanical News 12: 22

Scannell, M.J.P., 1964, Gaudinia fragilis (L.) Beauv. in Ireland., Irish Naturalists' J., 14 p.215-216

Scannell, M.J.P., 1984, Asplenium x ticinense D.E. Meyer in West Cork and Kilkenny., Irish Naturalists' J., 21 p.369 The hybrid Asplenium x ticinense was found in H3 in March 1983, and a herbarium specimen (DBN) collected by Praeger in H11 in 1899 has also been referred to the hybrid.-[D.H.K.]

Scannell, M.J.P., 1986, Reports of Field Meetings, 1985. Caha Mountains, Co. Cork. 10th-11th September., B.S.B.I. News, 44 p.29

Scannell, M.J.P., 1988, The Irish Vice-County Map in Watsonia: a correction., Watsonia, 17 p.177-178 The writer points out an error in the boundary line limiting W. Cork, v.c. H3, to the east and mid-Cork, v.c. H4, to the west in the Irish vice-county map printed in Watsonia from 1976 onwards.-[D.H.K.]

Scannell, M.J.P., O'Donnell, D. & BSBI 1993 Simenthis planifolia NE of Eyeries on the shore of Kenmare Bay, on three hillocks, outcrops of Old Red Sandstone with a thin peat cover BSBI News 66 (1994) p. 54

Scannell, M.J.P., O'Donnell, D. & BSBI 1993 Stachys officinalis Cappul Bridge, the inner estuary of Ardgroom Harbour BSBI News 66 (1994) p. 54

Scannell, M.J.P., O'Donnell, D. & BSBI 1993 Arbutus unedo W. slope of Hungry Hill near Park Lough, SW facing cliff BSBI News 66 (1994) p. 55

Scannell, M.J.P., O'Donnell, D. & BSBI 1993 Hypericum canadense East of Glengarriff village on E slopes of Rossnahunoge. Site to south destroyed by bungalow BSBI News 66 (1994) p. 55

Scannell, M.J.P., O'Mahony, T., 1979, Field meetings, 1977. Kanturk, Co. Cork. July 15th-19th., Watsonia, 12 p.293-294

Scannell, M.J.P., Sheehan, M.C. & BSBI 1985 Minuartia recurva Knockowen, in niches in Old Red Sandstone outcrops BSBI News 44 (1986), p. 29

Scannell, Maura, O'Donnell, D., 1994, Reports of Field Meetings, 1993. Caha Mountains, West Cork. 1st-2nd August., B.S.B.I. News, 66 p.d54-55

Scannell, Maura, O'Donnell, D., 1994, Reports of Field Meetings, 1993. West Cork. 5th-6th June., B.S.B.I. News, 66 p.53-54

Selby, P. 2000 Poa infirma Castlepark, near Kinsale, to the west of St James's Fort, on the roadside at the foot of a wall with the Bandon River on the other side of the wall BSBI News 85 (2000), p. 18

Webb, D.A., 1961, Cotula coronopifolia L. in Ireland., Irish Naturalists' J., 13 p.262

Webb, D.A., 1989, Miscellaneous plant records from several counties., Irish Naturalists' J., 23 p.24-25 New to v.c. H3 are Hebe salicifolia, Cotoneaster franchetii and Myrtus luma Molina. An addition to v.c. H9 is Fallopia japonica, and to v.c. H24 is Mentha suaveolens. New to v.c. H25 are Chaenorhinum minus, Minuartia hybrida and Mentha suaveolens, while Malus domestica is an addition to v.c. H26.-[D.H.K.]

White, J. 1985 Limosella aquatica Downstream of the Gearagh Woodland, near Macroom INJ 21 (9) (1985), p. 391

White, J. 1983 Limosella aquatica The Gearagh woodland INJ 21 (12) (1985), p. 509-515

White, J., 1985, Limosella aquatica L. and the vegetation of exposed mud at the Gearagh, Co. Cork (H3)., Irish Naturalists' J., 21 p.509-515

White, J., 1985, The Gearagh woodland, Co. Cork., Irish Naturalists' J., 21 p.391-396 The Gearagh woodland was mostly felled and the site floooded in connection with a hydroelectric scheme c.1954, and it was assumed that the woodland was totally destroyed. It has recently been established that several hectares survive though are under threat. Details are given of vascular plants present.-[D.H.K.]

Wyse Jackson, M.B. 1992 Kickxia elatine Castlefreke, amongst barley stubble, N of Kilkeran Lake INJ 25 (2): 44-57 (1995)

Wyse Jackson, M.B. & Webb, D.A. 1989 Salvia verbenaca Grassy bank below Baltimore village INJ 25 (2): 44-57 (1995)

Wyse Jackson, M.B. & Webb, D.A. 1989 Trifolium ornithopodioides S side of Ringarogy Island, sparsely vegetated gravel 5m from the sea, with Trifolium micranthum INJ 25 (2): 44-57 (1995)