Some articles on nationally scarce, nationally, scarce:
... field fleawort (Senecio integrifolius) and the nationally scarce British endemic early gentian (Gentianella anglica) ... acaule), wild thyme (Thymus praecox), the nationally scarce bastard toadflax (Thesium humifusum) and purple milk-vetch (Astragalus danicus) in its most southerly British station ... verna), rue-leaved saxifrage (Saxifraga tridactylites,) hairy rock-cress (Arabis hirsuta) and the nationally scarce dwarf mouse-ear (Cerastium pumilum) and fine-leaved sandwort (Minuartia hybrida) ...
... Pechipogo strigilata Common Fan-foot — south (Nationally Scarce A) Pechipogo plumigeralis Plumed Fan-foot — rare immigrant Zanclognatha tarsipennalis Fan-foot ...
... A population of the nationally scarce plant Stinking Hellebore (Helleborus foetidus) grows on scree slopes in the combe, near Cleeve Toot it is native at this site ... Fern (Gymnocarpum robertianum), another nationally scarce plant, is also found here on limestone scree ... supports a particularly high diversity of vascular plants, including populations of the nationally rare plant Purple Gromwell (Lithospermum purpurocaeruleum) and the scarce Angular Solomon’s ...
... paleacea Angle-striped Sallow — probable immigrant to central north (Nationally Scarce B) Parastichtis suspecta Suspected — throughout Parastichtis ypsillon Dingy Shears — south, central ...
... species and a large population of the nationally scarce plant Spiked Star-of-Bethlehem (Ornithogalum pyrenaicum) ... The scarce plants found here include the Fly Orchid and Wild Daffodil ... the site has resulted in a rich invertebrate fauna, including two nationally rare insects the beetle Osphya bipunctata and the hoverfly Cheilosia nigripes ...
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