County Cork, Mid vc 4



Antrim (39)
Armagh (37)
Carlow (13)
Cavan (30)
Clare (9)
Cork, East (5)
Cork, Mid (4)
Cork, West (3)
Donegal, East (34)
Donegal, West (35)
Down (38)
Dublin (21)
Fermanagh (33)
Galway, North-east (17)
Galway, South-east (15)
Galway, West (16)
Kerry, North (2)
Kerry, South (1)
Kildare (19)
Kilkenny (11)
Laois (14)
Leitrim (29)
Limerick (8)
Londonderry (40)
Longford (24)
Louth (31)
Mayo, East (26)
Mayo, West (27)
Meath (22)
Monaghan (32)
Offaly (18)
Roscommon (25)
Sligo (28)
Tipperary, North (10)
Tipperary, South (7)
Tyrone (36)
Waterford (6)
Westmeath (23)
Wexford (12)
Wicklow (20)
vert bar A Botanical Bibliography of County Cork, Mid
Last updated: 10th August 2017
Butcher, K.L., 1968, Hypericum canadense L. in Co. Cork., Irish Naturalists' J., 16 p.108

Fahy, E. (1972) A Preliminary Report on Areas of Scientific Interest in County Cork [3.66 MB]

Goodwillie, R.N. (1986) Report on Areas of Scientific Interest in County Cork [5.3 MB]

Green, P.R. (2017) Recording for Atlas 2020 with a grant from the Wild Flower Society (WFS) [H4 & H5] Irish Botanical News 27: 14

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

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 been rediscovered in H3, 4 and 5.-[D.H.K.]

O'Mahony, T., 1983, Carex divulsa Stokes x C. remota L. (C. x emmae L. Gross) in Mid Cork, v.c. H4, new to Ireland., Watsonia, 14 p.455

O'Mahony, T., 1984, Carex diandra Schrank x C. paniculata L. (C. x beckmannii Keck ex F. Schultz) in Mid Cork (H4): A sedge hybrid new to Ireland., Irish Naturalists' J., 21 p.298-300

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.]

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) A report on the flora of Cork (H3-H5), 2000 Irish Botanical News 11: 31

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. (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) 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) A report on the flora of Cork (v.c. H3-H5), 2007 Irish Botanical News 18: 35

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. (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

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

Reynolds, Sylvia, Scannell, Maura, 1991, Reports of Field Meetings, 1990. Limerick and Mid-Cork. 30th June-1st July., B.S.B.I. News, 56 p.36

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., 1985, Rubus spectabilis Pursh in hedges in Ireland., Irish Naturalists' J., 21 p.465-466 The N. American species Rubus spectabilis has been noticed in hedges in three localities. It prefers acid conditions where it can increase very rapidly.-[D.H.K.]

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. (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 re-definition of the H4/H5 vice-county boundary in urban Cork., Irish Naturalists' J., 24 p.11-13

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. (1997) Acer negundo L. (Ash leaf Maple) and urban planting in Cork City [H4] Irish Botanical News 7: 30

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

Wallace, J.C. (2017) Notes from H4 Mid Cork Irish Botanical News 27: 37