Category Archives: Veronicaceae

Dr M and his students go on a New Year Plant Hunt!

Dr M’s New Year Plant Hunt (borrowed from the idea by BSBI) took place on Tuesday 14th January 2014. Three groups of MSc Plant Diversity and MSc SISS students walked the University of Reading Whiteknights campus for 1 hour each in the chilly sunshine … Continue reading

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Speedwells ‘sisters’ on Whiteknights campus: spot the difference? As many as ten different species of speedwells (Veronica, in the family Veronicaceae) have been recorded on the Whiteknights campus, and two of them are the slender speedwell (Veronica filiformis) and bird’s eye speedwell … Continue reading

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