Red data books of Britain and Ireland-- Stoneworts

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Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Office of Public Works, Plantlife , Peterborough
Charophyta -- Great Britain., Endangered plants -- Great Britain., Plant conservation -- Great Bri

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Great Bri

Other titlesStoneworts.
Statementby N.F. Stewart and J.M. Church.
ContributionsChurch, J. M.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK569.C483 S77 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination144 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1510945M
ISBN 101873701241
LC Control Number93193383
OCLC/WorldCa28256407

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Church: : Books. This checklist details the accepted scientific names of threatened British and Irish stoneworts (charophytes). It is a copy of Stewart, N.F. and Church, J.M. Red data books of Britain and Ireland: Stoneworts, published by the Joint Nature Conserva.

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The original list published in Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland - Stoneworts by Stewart, N.f.; Church, J.m. at Pemberley Books. Red data books of Britain and Ireland: stoneworts.

Complete Title: Red data books of Britain and Ireland: stoneworts. Non IUCN Publication. Author(s): Stewart, N. Church, J. Organization(s): United Kingdom, Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) Ireland, Office of Public Works;Cited by: Buy Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland: Stoneworts (British Red Data Books) by Stewart, N.F., Church, J.M., Tebbs, Margaret (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : N.F. Stewart, J.M. Church. Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland - Stoneworts. Red Data Books of Britain & Ireland: Lichens. Volume 1: Britain. by Church, J.M.; Coppins, B.J. Gilbert, O.L. Hardback £; New Book Availability: In stock; A Review of the Scarce and Threatened Flies of Great Britain.

by Falk, S.; Chandler, P. Paperback £; New Book. This key covers over 99% of stoneworts encountered in Britain and Ireland. Species not included are Red Data Book or "near threatened".

An asterisk indicates that a binocular microscope is normally required. A x20 hand lens is recommended for other characters. 1 Main stem corticate, often spiny 2. the Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland: Stoneworts (Stewart & Church ).

This was the first Red Data book in the UK for any group of non-vascular plants. Today, 17 species in Britain are deemed nationally rare or extinct, together with a further two species in Northern Ireland (see Box 1) that remain relatively widespread in Britain, using the Red data books of Britain and Ireland: stoneworts STEWART, N.F.

& CHURCH, J.M. Published by Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough (). In Britain the first published Red Data Book endorsed by a statutory conservation agency was by Perring and Farrell (, 2ndedition published ), dealing with vascular plants.

The Red Data Book for insects, edited by Shirt, was published inwith volumes dealing with other animal and plant groups appearing thereafter. In book: Macrophytes in Britain and Ireland: Stoneworts. Joint Nature Conservation. The most of species have been suggested for inclusion in regional Red Data Books.

View. Show abstract. The Red Data Book for insects edited by Shirt was published inwith further volumes dealing with other animals and plants appearing thereafter. Only one volume has a combined treatment for. Stoneworts (Characeae) and Moore, J.

A., Charophytes of Great Britain and Ireland. BSBI Handbook N o 5. Botanical Society of the British Isles, London, pp. Google Scholar.

Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland: Stoneworts. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough, pp. Google Scholar. Van den Berg, M., keys in t & J.M. Church, Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland: Stoneworts, JNCC Although this deals in detail only with the threatened species, it has a full key to all species known to occur here.

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Two other European books have appeared in the last couple of years. Since most species are widely distributed. of stonewort in the Uk, over half are listed in the red data Book or are nationally scarce.

This leaflet explains how to design ponds and lakes so they are stonewort-friendly to help protect this much-threatened group (Box 1). Making ponds and lakes stonewort-friendly stoneworts live in many types of ponds and lakes: small and large.

Red books for threatened landscapes: proceedings of a symposium and workshop. Organization(s): Red data books of Britain and Ireland: stoneworts. Author(s): Stewart, N. Church, J. Draft Red Data Book data sheets on the Asian Antelopes. Author(s): Thornback, Jane. In Britain the first published Red Data Book endorsed by a statutory conservation agency was by Perring and Farrell (, 2ndedition published ), dealing with vascular plants.

The Red Data. Description. The Charales grow in freshwater and brackish environments worldwide, and have large, macroscopic thalli growing up to cm long, they are branched, multicellular, and use chlorophyll to only diploid stage in the life cycle is the unicellular may be called stoneworts, because the plants can become encrusted in lime (calcium carbonate) after some.

In Britain the first published Red Data Book endorsed by a statutory conservation agency was by Perring and Farrell (, 2nd edition published ), dealing with vascular plants. The Red Data Book for insects, edited by Shirt, was published inwith volumes dealing with other animal and plant groups appearing thereafter.

Buy Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland: Lichens (): Volume 1: Britain: NHBS - JM Church, BJ Coppins, OL Gilbert, PW James and NF Stewart, Joint Nature Conservation Committee. S WAAY, C. VAN & M. W ARREN (): Red Data Book of European Butterflies (Rhopalocera).

- Nature and - Nature and environment,Council of Europe Publishing, Strasbourg. Published National Red Lists* Plant Red Data Book (Curtis & McGough, ; Stewart & Church, ) Ex Extinct. E Endangered. V Vulnerable. R Rare. I Indeterminate (E,V or R, but not enough information available to say which) K Insufficiently known.

DD Data deficient. Ireland Red Lists using IUCN () RE Regionally Extinct. Mountford, J.O. Floristic change in English grazing marshes: the impact of years of drainage and land-use change. Watso   The published provisional Red List of Fungi (Ing, ) and the Red Data Book of Stoneworts (Stewart & Church, ) were used, with minor updates based on more recent information for these groups.

It was therefore possible to compare 'old' and 'new' Red Lists for a wide range of taxonomic groups. He is the Botanical Society of the British Isles (BSBI) referee for stoneworts and author of Red Data Books for stoneworts, bryophytes and lichens. He is also one of the authors of the Checklist of the Plants of Perthshire.

He is currently involved in water plant surveys in Britain and Ireland. Red data books of Britain and Ireland: stoneworts. Peterborough: The Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Stewart, N.F., Important Stonewort Areas.

An assessment of the best areas for stoneworts in the United Kingdom. Plantlife International, Salisbury, UK. Datasets. Botanical Society of Britain & Ireland, Other BSBI Scottish data. Stewart J. Church () Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland: Stoneworts Joint Nature Conservation Committee Peterborough Google Scholar Van den Berg, M., Red data books of Britain and Ireland: stoneworts.

Peterborough: The Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Datasets. Botanical Society of Britain & Ireland, Other BSBI Scottish data up to Occurrence dataset: accessed via on Isle of Wight Local Records Centre, Isle of Wight Notable Species.

October Biodiversity Audit and Tolerance Sensitivity Mapping for the Broads Appendices to final report. Nick is a BSBI (Botanical Society for the British Isles) national referee for stoneworts, author of Important Stonewort Areas and joint author of the Red Data Book for stoneworts in Britain and Ireland.

Stoneworts have a superficial resemblance to horsetails in having stems with regular whorls of linear branches. Pointed stonewort is a moderately robust species growing up to 30cm tall and usually quite a bushy growth.

Red Data Books for Britain and Ireland: Stoneworts. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough. Text written by.Author: L.A Batten Publisher: A&C Black ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF Category: Nature Languages: en Pages: View: Get Book.

Book Description: The various Red Data Books prepared by the IUCN and ICBP have set the standards for recognizing birds close to or at risk of extinction worldwide.

This book, by focusing on vulnerable species living in or visiting Britain, sets.(b) of the books known as the Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland: “Stoneworts” Stewart NF and Church JM, published in for the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (ISBN 1 24 1).

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