I visited Mr Martin at his chamber in Emanuel Colledge... He hath promised to procure me seeds of the following viz.... Caucalis latifolia flore rubello & Caucalis tenuifolia flor. rubente. May 5th 1735, Dale, Iter Cantab.
There being two sorts of Caucalys growing in Cambridgeshire which we have not here besides the Linum sylvestre perenne I gave the names thereof to Dr Walker for Mr Mason to have ripe seeds gathered in there season. June 2 1737, Dale, Iter Cantab.
[Caucalis latifolia and C. platycarpos are not in Essex, nor is Turgenia.]
Caucalis platycarpos L. See also Part II (click
Conservation status: C
First record: Ray,1660 Last record: JE Lousley,1948
Caucalis tenuifolia flosculis subrubentibus Martyn,1727,42.
Caucalis daucoides Found, though rarely, in cornfields where the soil is dry and chalky, most plentifully in Cambridgeshire,... Smith,Eng.Bot. (1794) 3:197. 23
Cauca dau Odsey Barnard,1859.
Odsey; H. Fordham. Bab.1860,101. 25
E. Hatley, FWE in CCHSB notes 19056. 34
Near Foxhole'sdown farm, Barrington!; Newbould. Bab.1860,101.
Known's Folly; Newbould. Bab.1860,101.
Cornfield near Royston, E de Crespigny, 7.1877, Hb.SH Bickham, CGE. 35
Caucalis tenuifolia flosculis subrubentibus. Fine leaved bastard Parsley with reddish or blushcoloured flowers. In the corn about Kingston wood, and elsewhere. Ray,1660,3031(52).
Caucalis tenuifolia floribus albis. Kingston Wood and in the closes and corn fast by. Ray Index Loc.
Caucalis tenuifolia, flosculis subrubentibus. Fineleaved Bastard Parsley with a small purplish Flower. Inter segetes tum alibi in Anglia, tum circa Kingston vicum agri Cantabrigiensis copiose. Ray,1690,70; Ray,1696,113; Ray,1724,219.
Caucalis tenuifolia [printed label] ...tum circa Kingston vicum agri Cantabrigiense copiose. R(ay) H(istoria) 467. Sloane Hb. 151:168. BM.
Caucalis arvensis, echinata, parvo flore & fructu. Fineleaved Bastard Parsley, with a small, purplish flower. In the corn about Kingston in Cambridgeshire,... Martyn,1732,1:161.
Kingston Wood. Among the corn near the Wood. Martyn,1763,Herbat.XI.
Caucalis leptophylla [near] K(ingston) W(ood). Fisher ann. Berkenhout,78.
Kingston, n.c., 15.7.1858, Hb CC Babington, CGE.
Near Kingston Wood. Bab.1860,101.
Field on N. side of Kingston Wood, West ann.; 1895, 'W West (HC) [not found] Hb Clift.' CNHS.
A scarce plant, I gathered it in 1782 near Madingley Wood, Rev. T Gisborne, det. PD Sell, CGE.
Cauca pla C. daucoides Fields by the Old North Road, 1 mile S. of the station. West,1898,252 & West ann.
Lords Bridge Sta. n.d., CEM.ann.
Near Hardwick, CE Moss, 1912, CGE.
Bourne Airfield, RP Scase, 8.1944, CGE.
Bourn Airfield, RP Scase, 1945.
Field by Mare Way, Gt Eversden, 27.7.1946, Mills ann.
In the SW corner of the field adjoining the Mare Way next to the W. to the field in which Carduus tuberosus grows. Accompanied by a little Euphorpia platyphyllos. n.d., JE Raven, Card index. [c.363.519]
Mare Way, stubble of field adjoining, over 200 plants. JE Lousley, 11.8.1947, det. SL Jury, RNG.
Mare way, in cornfield adj. in some quantity, JE Lousley, 28.6.1948, det. SL Jury, RNG. 36
Dry Drayton; Newbould.Bab.1860,101. 44
C. daucoides Near Chrishall Grange, 1846, G[ibson]. Gibson,1862.
C. daucoides Chrishall Grange, n.c., n.d., SWN.
C. daucoides Cornfields near Chrishall GrangeRare, n.c., n.d., SWN.
Near Chrishall Grange; GS Gibson. Bab.1860,101. 45
Caucalis tenuifolia flosculis subrubentibus Fineleaved bastard Parsley, with small blushcoloured flowers. Inter segetes in agro Cantabrigiensi & alibi sed rarius. Ray,1670:63.
Caucalis arvensis echinata Cat.Cant. 29.6.5. Mr Antrobus. Sloane Hb. 151:168. BM.
Caucalis dau near Cambe. C. Favell. between Cambridge & Gogmagog plent. Crowe ann.Hudson,1778.112.
C. daucoides Rough Caucalis. Among the Wheat, on the left Hand side of the Road leading from Cambridge to Gogmagog Hills, between the second and third Milestone. Relhan,1785; Small Burparsley.Relhan,1802;1820.
C. daucoides Rd side Gogmagog Hills WLP G[arnons], 4.6.1824, SWN.
C. daucoides Cornfields above the great Chalkpit Hinton. Coleman(b).
C. daucoides Cambridge Prof. Henslow, 15.6.1833, NTM.
Cambridge, n.c., 15.6.1833, Hb CC Babington, CGE.
Gog Magog Hills, H Lowe & L Darwall, 6.1833, Mus.Henslow, CGE.
Gog Magogs, Darwall, Hb JA Power, 6.1833, RTE.
Gath. Hinton, 29.7.1836, (From Prof Henslow by Mr C. Darwin May 23rd 1838), HbFrances J Bunbury, CGE.
Hinton, JS Henslow, 29.7.1836, NWH. Gogmagog Hills. Hinton. Bab.ann.Relhan,112.
Hinton. Gogmagog Hills. Bab.1860,101.
Shelford, JS Henslow, 1833, CGE.
Shelford. Bab.1860,101. 54
Linton, JS Henslow, 1833, CGE.
Linton, (with sketch map) [?574.469] 15.7.1939, Mills ann.
By path from Linton to Borley Wood, CE Raven, 1939. [?574.469] 56
In the corn along the Devil's ditch between Reech & ye Newmarket Road plentifully. Junio floret. JM.ann.
Caucalis arvensis,... and along the bank of the Devil's Ditch, between Reech and the Newmarket road, plentifully. Martyn,1732,1:161.
Caucalis tenuifolia flosculis subrubentibus Devil's Ditch Th.M.ann.Meth.Index Loc.13.
Caucalis leptophylla. In and about the Devil's Ditch. Martyn,1763,Herbat.IX.
Caucalis leptophylla D(evils) D(itch). Fisher ann. Berkenhout,78.
Devil's Ditch. Relhan,1785;1802;1820.
Anglesey, &c. Relhan,1802;1820.
C. daucoides Swaffham Prior, n.c.(Hb Jenyns), 28.7.1823, BATHG.
Swaffham Prior. Henslow ann. l:112.
Edges of cornfields bordering on the Devils Ditch. Jenyns,JNH,12.6.1828.
Cornfields,Swaffham, near Newmarket, Dr Jermyn, 4.7.1828, SWN.
Reche, n.c., 6.1833, Hb CM Lemann, CGE.
Reche, Hb JA Power, 29.6.1835, RTE.
Reche, n.c., 6.1835, Hb.CC Babington, CGE.
Swaffham Prior. Reche. Bab.1860,101.
Waste ground, Burwell, PGMR, 1905 in CBSC. 66
Worlington, Cambridgeshire, CT Green, 7.1891, LIV.