Lamium hybridum - Cut-leaved Dead-nettle
Infrequent and very scattered, Cut-leaved Dead-nettle is most common in arable fields, but has been recorded in quarries, on waste ground and by the railway line near Threemilestone (SW74S, 1991, C.N.French). It is more common on the Isles of Scilly. Recent finds include Boscregan Farm (SW32P, 1991, R.J.Murphy), Camborne (SW64F, 1998, C.N.French), Rejerrah (SW75X, 1994, H.M.Meredith), Pendennis Castle (SW83F, 1991, P.E.Tompsett), near Tolverne (SW83P, 1998, R.E.Lees), Gerrans (SW83S, 1998, M.Tempest), above Beacon Cove (SW86N, 1997, H.M.Meredith), near Grampound (SW94N, 1993, R.J.Murphy), Brannel (SW95K, 1997, I.J.Bennallick), Rosenannon (SW96N, 1993, I.J.Bennallick), East Towan Farm (SX04E, 1997, I.J.Bennallick), Great Beer (SX20L, 1997, M.Atkinson), St. Germans (SX35P, 1998, M.Atkinson), Penlee Point (SX44J, 1992, S.C.Madge), Tregonhawke (SX45A, 1992, R.W.Gould) and Wilcove (SX45I, 1997, M.Atkinson).
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French, C.N., Murphy, R.J. & Atkinson, M. 1999. Flora of Cornwall. Wheal Seton Press, Camborne.