Field botany publications

Baker A. G. (2020) Mentha cervina (Lamiaceae), an emergent aquatic alien species naturalising at South Gare, North-East Yorkshire. British and Irish Botany. (1) 2.  64-68.

Baker A.G., Green P., Woodman J. (2017) Is Galium murale (Small Goosegrass) overlooked? BSBI News, no 136, p. 59. This article is an improved version of a blogpost you can read following this link.

Pescott O. & Baker A.G. (2015) Alien grasses in urban Sheffield: An update on Water Bent and some predicted colonists. The Sorby Record, 50, 62-65

Baker A.G. (2014) How does our society deal with your biological records? The Sorby Newsletter, no 566, p.8-9.

Baker A.G. & Pescott O. (2014) How did Polypogon viridis (Water Bent) find itself on the streets of the British Isles? BSBI news, no 125.

Baker A.G. (2014) Cymbalaria hepaticifolia (Corsican Toadflax) and Cotula squalida (Leptinella) newly recorded naturalised in vc 57, Derbyshire. BSBI news, no 125.

Pescott O & Baker A.G. (2013) Water bent (Polypogon viridis) new to Sheffield and South Yorkshire. The Sorby Newsletter, no 552, p.8-9

Baker A.G. & Southon G.E. (2013) Malling Toadflax Population New to Oxfordshire. BSBI News, no 123, p.64.

Baker A.G. & Southon G.E. (2012) Moor Copse extension Site Flora: http://www.bsbi.org.uk/site_floras.html