Conservation-Extinct
Extinct British and Irish Plants


According to Blamey, Fitter and Fitter's (2003) Wild Flowers of Britain and Ireland, the following are listed as extinct:

  • Creeping Spearwort (Ranunculus reptans)
  • Pheasant's Eye (Adonis annua)
  • Jagged Chickweed (Holosteum umbellatum)
  • Boyd's Pearlwort (Sagina boydii)
  • Corn-cockle (Agrostemma githago)
  • Arctic Bramble (Rubus arcticus)
  • Black Pea (Lathyrus niger)
  • Hairy Spurge (Euphorbia villosa)
  • Sussex Yellow Sorrel (Oxalis dillenii)
  • Sickle Hare's Ear (Bupleurum falcatum)
  • Thorow-wax (Bupleurum rotundifolium)
  • Broad-leaved Centaury (Centaurium latifolium)
  • Flax Dodder (Cuscuta epilinum)
  • Downy Hemp-Nettle (Galeopsis segetum)
  • Hemp Broomrape (Orobanche ramosa)
  • Alpine Butterwort (Pinguicula alpina)
  • Marsh Fleawort (Tephroseris palustris)
  • Swine's Succory (Arnoseris minima)
  • Summer Lady's tresses (Spiranthes aestivalis)
  • Interrupted Brome (Bromus interruptus)
  • Sharp Club-rush (Schoenoplectus pungens)
  • Alpine Deergrass (Trichophorum hudsonianum)
  • Bath Sedge (Carex davilliana)
  • Rannoch Rush (Scheuchzeria palustris)

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