Campanula latifolia L.
Conservation status: C
First record: Rev. Mr Newton or Relhan,1788 Last record: WW Newbould,1852
Quer if Indig ! Henslow ann. l:90. 35
'Kingston Wood, August' Martyn, n.d., conf. PD Sell & C Turner, 3.2001, CGE.
Campanula latifolia Giant Bell-flower, or Throatwort. Comberton, in a Coppice called Gaynes, and the Field adjoining. Relhan,1788.
Campanula latifolia Comberton. Relhan (LINN.), Bab.ann.Relhan.
Campanula latifolia Comberton, in a coppice called Gaynes, and the field adjoining. First observed by the Rev. Mr. Newton, late Fellow of Jesus College. Relhan,1802;1820. Comberton, in a Coppice called Gaynes, and the field adjoining. The Coppice grubbed up in 1852. Bab.ann.Relhan,90.
Gayne's Coppice (grubbed up 1852) first noticed there by Rev. Mr Newton. Bab.MS.Fl.2:467.
Gaine's Coppice, Comberton; where it was first noticed by the Rev. Mr Newton. The coppice was grubbed up in 1852. Bab.1860,146. 55
Copse at Fulbourn, 1882, HD.ann. (?rapunculoidesFHP).] 65
Wood Ditton. Relhan,1802;1820. Wood Ditton. Bab.ann.Relhan,90.
About Cheveley. Rev. G. Crabbe. Bot.Guide,1805,47.
Campanula latifolia About Cheveley. B.G. NBG.149.
Cheveley; Rev. G. Crabbe in Bot. Guide. Bab.1860,146.Bab.1860,146. 41
This specimen grew with many others as a weed amongst my Potatoes at Bushy-Place. 1822. Skrim.MS.
[In a plantation by Bentham's Monument, Ely, in 1822; Rev. L Jenyns. Bab.1860,146.
Monument, on the Littleport road near Ely, 7 July 1822. Jenyns. This was not C.latifolia L.J. 1872. Bab.MS.Fl.2:467.
This was probably C.rapunculoides, as I am informed by Mr Jenyns, Oct. 1872. Bab.ann.
This was in the Hedge Row on the left hand side of the Road just beyond Bentham's Folly but not wild. W.M. in AF.ann.]
[see 'Bentham's Monument, Ely' under C. rapunculoides,]