Bupleurum rotundifolium L.
Conservation status: EW
First record: Ray,1660 Last record: WH Mills,1946
Perfoliata vulgaris Common Thorow-wax. Inter segetes, sed rarius. Ray,1670:237.
Districts 1, 3, 5. Evans,1911,227. 23
Odsey, AM Barnard, 6.1848, WAR.
Bupleurum rotundifolium L. very plentiful in the fields on the right hand by the end of the Odsey Woods, before reaching the railbridge over the road at the bottom of the hill. Barnard,1900.
Bupleurum rotundifolium Duty point and farthest part of the The 100 acres I think [Odsey] Barnard,1859.
[Continue on the right side at the top of hill you find an old cottage on the left; on the right side there the 100 field ends with a large "breakwind" I do not know how much path there was outside as we used to be mostly in the wood but the field near the road was covered with Bupleurum rotundifolium the only place I ever saw it in England. Barnard,1900. [288.373, Herts. f.Trevor James.]
Odsey; H. Fordham. Bab.1860,96. 25
Gamlingay; Newbould. Bab.1860,96.
Cornfield by rt bend in GamlingayGransden Rd., 13.8.1922, Mills ann. 34
Litlington, WA Hayne, 27.7.1865, LIV. 35
In the Corn over against Kingston Wood July 24 1760. Th.M.ann.Meth.42.
Kingston Wood. Among the corn near the Wood. Martyn,1763,Herbat.XI.
Near Kingston Wood. Relhan,1785.
Near Kingston Wood. Bab.1860,96.
Near Kingston Wood, W. West, 1895, Shrubbs ann.
Long Stow; Bab.1860,96.
Field of oats, Hardwick, AJ Crosfield, 9.7.1909, CGE.
Cornfield back of Hardwick Copse, 21.7.1918, Mills ann.
Cornfield back of Hardwick Copse, 25.7.1946, Mills ann. 36
Dry Drayton; Bab.1860,96.
Childerley; Newbould. Bab.1860,96.
Knapwell!; J Carter. Bab.1860,96. 37
By Meadlands Drove, Sutton, AF.ann. 38
Acre fens, AF.cat. 44
Chrishall Grange, G[ibson]. Gibson,1862. 45
Perfoliata Thorow-wax. In the corn on the left hand of the foot-path leading to Teversham, over against the first closes. Ray,1660,116(93).
Perfoliata Officinarum Martyn,1727,42. [no loc.]
By the footway to Teversham; J. Martyn. Bab.1860,96.
[Perfoliata] Among the Corn over agt the first close going to Teversham. July 20 1759. Th.M.ann.Meth.42.
Teversham. Among the corn over against the first close going to Teversham a little to the right hand of the stile. The Botanist will search in vain for this plant, when the lands are not sown with wheat. Martyn,1763,Herbat.VIII.
Bupl rot T(eversham). Fisher ann. Berkenhout,70.
Round-leaved Thorow-wax. Teversham. Relhan,1785;1802;1820.
In a Saffron ground, & among the Corn, in the lower road to Gogmagog hills July 23 1760. Th.M.ann.Meth.42.
Bupleurum rotundifolium Gogmagog hills. In the corn by the lower road. Martyn,1763,Herbat.VII.
Go(gmagog) H(ills). Fisher ann. Berkenhout,70.
Gogmagog Hills, by the lower Road. Relhan,1785;1802;1820.
Gog-magog Hills, W.L.P.G., 7.1825, SWN.
B. rotundifolium Corn at the foot of the Gogmagogs. 1834,Coleman(a),34.
Corn between Red Cross Turnpike & the Gogmagogs. Coleman(b).
Between Red Cross Turnpike and the Gogmagog Hills; WH Coleman. Bab.1860,96.
Gogmagog Hills, 1862, Bab.ann.
Cornfield near Cambridge, HP Reader, 7.1889, CGE.
School trenches. WHP; DHL[?]. 1943 & 1944, Cambs High School for Boys Card index. 46
Garden, Home Close, Histon, B.Chapman, 6.1979, CGE. 46/47
Willingham, FR Tennant, 7.1902, CGE. 48
Chatteris, A.F., Bab.ann. 54
In cornfields about Linton. Spurgin & Clarke, Walden Fl. 1832. SWN.
Bartlow, J Clarke, 1840, SWN.
Cornfields Bartlow & Lintonrather raren.c., n.d., SWN.
Linton, GS Gibson. Bab.1860,96.
Linton, Mr Cumming, n.d., det. Snogerup, K.
In the cornfields around [Furze Hills], near Hildersham, Gibson,1848,309.
Hildersham, n.c., 4.7.1854, CGE.
Abington Park. SWW. Bab.ann.Relhan,111.
Abington; SW Wanton. Bab.1860,96.
Linton Rd., near Abington, Shrubbs ann. 55
Balshamonly found in a single field. Smart,1856.
Balsham; RB Smart. Bab.1860,96. 56
In the corn between Queye Church and Bottesham. July 1. l730. JM.ann.
Bupleurum perfoliatum, rotundifolium, annuum. Thorow-wax. I have never found it near London; and but once near Cambridge, in the corn between Queye church and Bottesham. Martyn,1732,1:130.
Between Queye Church & Bottesham. July 1. Th.M.ann.Meth.42.
Between Quey and Bottesham, in the corn. Martyn,1763,Herbat.VIII.
Between Quey Church and Bottisham. Relhan,1785;1802;1820.
Bupleurum rotundifolium On balks between Quy & Bottisham: in plenty one year, Jenyns,1860. Between Quey Church and Bottisham. Reche. Jenyns ann.Relhan,1820.
Reche. Henslow ann. l:111.
Between Quy and Bottisham; Relhan. Bab.1860,96.
Reche, L Jenyns, 23.7.1825, CGE.
Reche, L.J., 22.7.1825 (2 specimens), BATHG.
Reche Chalk-Pits, Dr Jermyn, 8.1825, SWN.
Reche J.D., 2.7.1829, NTM.
Reach, J.Downes, 7.1830, CGE.
Reche, n.c., 6.1833, Hb. CM Lemann, CGE.
near Reach, Hb Mrs Casborne, 8.7.1835, CGE.
Reche, Hb JA Power, 29.6.1835, RTE.
Reche; Henslow. Bab.1860,96.
... Drove in Gig to Dr Jermyns, Swaffham... Gathered... Bupleurum rotundifolium,... July 3rd 1833, WC Trevelyan, Diary,NCE.
Swaffham, Hb JA Power, 27.8.1836, RTE.
Swaffham, Swaffham Nat. Hist. Soc.1836, HB HC Watson, K.
Swaffham, n.c., 8.1836, Hb CC Babington, CGE.
Corn-field at Upware. Bab.1860,96. 57
Stretham, Rev CA Stevens, 1839, Hb CC Babington, CGE.