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Flora of County Limerick Published

This is the first flora of the county, with accounts for over 1100 native and alien flowering plants, ferns, fern-allies and conifers growing in the wild from the Shannon Estuary to the Galty Mountains. It gives their frequency, distribution and habitats in the county, with first and historical records. Introductory chapters include a history of botanical recording in Limerick, a description of the varied terrain, accounts of the main Limerick habitats with their characteristic species, and an analysis of the overall flora. The Flora is the result of some thirty years of fieldwork and research by botanist Sylvia Reynolds, author of A catalogue of alien plants in Ireland (2002), latterly assisted by freshwater ecologist Julian Reynolds.

Author: Sylvia C.P. Reynolds 
published by the National Botanic Gardens: May 2013
25 x 17.5 cm; 589 pp. 
Hardback: € 22.50
Postage within Ireland: € 7.50
Postage to UK: € 12.50
Cheques or money orders should be made payable to the Irish Museums Trust

Source: National Botanic Gardens Glasnevin - Flora of County Limerick Published