A floristic survey of Fair Isle II: new and notable records and the status of Euphrasia
Keywords:Shetland; casual introductions; island biodiversity; taxonomic complexity; eyebright
Fair Isle is a small island of 768 hectares located half way between Orkney and Shetland. In the previous publication of Quinteros Peñafiel et al. (2017), we provided a complete flora for the island. This note updates the status of the Fair Isle flora subsequent to the survey by including corrections, new finds and other notable records.
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