Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales

Publications by Tim Rich

Rich, T. C. G. (1984).  Asexual reproduction of Barbarea vulgaris R. Br. in the British Isles.  Watsonia 15: 121-122.

Rich, T. C. G., Whitelam, G. C. & Smith, H. (1985).  Phototropism and axis extension in light-grown mustard (Sinapis alba L.) seedlings.  Photochemistry & Photobiology 42: 789-792.

Rich, T. C. G. & Baecker, M. (1986).  The distribution of Sorbus lancastriensis E. F. Warburg.  Watsonia 16: 83-85.

Harley, R. M. & Simmons, N. A. with the assistance of S. Glover, T. Rich & G. B. Thompson (1986).  Florula of Mucuge.  Chapada Diammantina, Bahia, Brazil.  Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Rich, T. C. G. & Smith, H. (1986).  Comparison of lag times in plant physiology.  Plant, Cell & Environment 9: 707-709.

Rich, T. C. G., Whitelam, G. C. & Smith, H. (1987).  Analysis of growth rates during phototropism: modifications by separate light-growth responses.  Plant, Cell & Environment 10: 303-311.

Rich, T. C. G. (1987).  Seguranca nas excursoes botanicas (translated for publication by Quiteria J. G. Pinto da Silva).  Anuario da Sociedale Broteriana 53: 105-112. 

Rich, T. C. G. (1987).  The genus Barbarea R. Br. (Cruciferae) in Britain and Ireland.  Watsonia 16: 389-396.

Rich, T. C. G. (1987).  Cabbage Patch.  Brassica rapa L. and B. napus L.  BSBI News 45: 6-8.

Rich, T. C. G. (1987).  Cabbage Patch II.  What-a-cress? or, How to do Nasturtium R. Br.  BSBI News 46: 18-19.

Rich, T. C. G. (1987).  Cabbage Patch III.  Parallels between a pair of casual cabbages, or, Dual cabbage-ways.  BSBI News 47: 25-27.

Rich, T. C. G. & Tomos, A. D. (1988).  Turgor pressure during phototropism of light-grown mustard (Sinapis alba L.) seedlings.  Journal of Experimental Botany 39: 291-299.

Rich, T. C. G. & Wurzell, B. (1988).  Rorippa ´ hungarica Borbas (R. amphibia ´ R. austriaca) (Cruciferae) new to the British Isles.  Watsonia 17: 174-176.

Rich, T. C. G. (1988).  Hirschfeldia incana (L.) Lagreze-Fossat present in Ireland.  Irish Naturalists' Journal 22: 531-532.

Rich, T. C. G. (1988).  Cabbage Patch IV.  Cardaria chalepensis (L.) Handel-Mazetti in the British Isles.  BSBI News 48: 12-14.

Rich, T. C. G. (1988).  A little Cabbage Patch V.  Food for thought, or, The rape of mustard and cress.  BSBI News 49: 12-13.

Rich, T. C. G. (1988).  Cabbage Patch VI.  Recognising radishes.  BSBI News 51: 13-15.

Rich, T. C. G. & Rich, M. D. B. (1988).  Plant Crib.  BSBI, London.

Rich, T. C. G., Kitchen, C. & Kitchen, M. A. R. (1989). Thlaspi perfoliatum L. in the British Isles: Distribution.  Watsonia 17: 401-407.

Rich, T. C. G. (1990).  Identifying yellow crucifers.  In, Norman, E., ed., A guide to some difficult plants.  Wild Flower Society, London.

Rich, T. C. G. & Scannell, M. J. P. (1990).  Potentilla erecta subsp. strictissima in Ireland.  Irish Naturalists' Journal 23: 224-225.

Rich, T. C. G. & Woodruff, E. R. (1990).  BSBI Monitoring Scheme 1987-1988.  Chief Scientist's Directorate Report no. 1265.  Nature Conservancy Council, Peterborough.

Bevan, D. & Rich, T. C. G. (1991).  Bevans' Bittercress: The white-flowered form of Cardamine ´ fringsii Wirtgen also present in Britain.  Watsonia 18: 403-405.

Rich, T. C. G. (1991).  Towards an Atlas of the British and Irish floras 2000BSBI News 59: 15-31.

Rich, T. C. G. & Reynolds, S. (1991).  Cabbage Patch VII.  A single cabbage-way: Brassica fruticulosa Cyr.  BSBI News 57: 36-37.

Rich, T. C. G. & Halliday, G. (1991).  Cabbage Patch VIII.  Carlisle's collection of Cumbrian casual crucifers  BSBI News 58: 37-38.

Rich, T. C. G. (1991).  Crucifers of Great Britain and Ireland.  BSBI Handbook No. 6.  BSBI, London.

Rich, T. C. G. (1991).  Cabbage Patch IX.  An unrecognised radish Raphanus landra Moretti ex DC. does occur in Britain.  BSBI News 59: 48-49.

Rich, T. C. G. & Woodruff, E. R. (1992).  Recording bias in botanical surveys.  Watsonia 19: 73-95.

Rich, T. C. G. & Baecker, M. (1992).  Additional records of Sorbus lancastriensis E. F. Warburg (Rosaceae).  Watsonia 19: 139-140.

Rich, T. C. G. (1992).  Pollen - past, present and future.  In, Hay fever: climate and opinion.  Marion Merrell Dow, Uxbridge.

Brady, C. M. & Rich, T. C. G. (1992).  New county records and other plants from south-east Co. Clare (H9).  Irish Naturalists' Journal 24: 36-37.

Rich, T. C. G. & Foster, M. C. (1992).  Cabbage Patch X.  Taking stock of Malcolmia R. Br.  BSBI News 60: 41-44.

Rich, T. C. G. (1993).  Contributions to a revision of Cruciferae, in Flora Europaea Volume I, 2nd edition.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Marren, P. & Rich, T. C. G. (1993).  Back from the brink - conserving our rarest flowering plants.  British Wildlife 4: 296-304.

Kirschner, J. & Rich, T. C. G. (1993).  A note on Luzula section Luzula (Juncaceae) in Ireland with special reference to Luzula pallidula Kirschner.  Irish Naturalist's Journal 24: 297-298.

Showler, A. J. & Rich, T. C. G. (1993).  The distribution of Cardamine bulbifera (L.) Crantz (Cruciferae) in Britain.  Watsonia 19: 231-245.

Rich, T. C. G. (1993).  Book review: British plant communities.  Volume 3.  Grasslands and montane communities.  J. S. Rodwell, et al., eds. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Watsonia 19: 302-303.

Rich, T. C. G. & Rich, N. S. J. (1993).  Data processing using optical scanning and character recognition software.  National Federation for Biological Recording Newsletter 15: 21-22.

Rich, T. C. G. (1993).  Miscellaneous Plantlife contributions in RSPB et al., 1993.  Biodiversity Challenge: an agenda for conservation in the UK.  RSPB, Sandy.

Rodwell, J. S., Rich, T. C. G. & Malloch, A. J. C. (1993).  The example of calcicolous grasslands and nitrogen.  In, Hornung, M. & Skeffington, R. A., eds., Critical loads: concept and application.  pp. 24-30.  ITE symposium No. 28.  HMSO, London.

Rich, T. C. G. (1994).  Miscellaneous contributions to Cruciferae distributions maps, in Jalas, J. & Suominen, J., eds. 1994.  Atlas Flora Europaeae 10.  Cruciferae (Sisymbrium to Aubrieta).  Committee for Mapping the Flora of Europe & Societas Biologica Fennica Vanamo, Helsinki.

Rich, T. C. G. (1994). Filago pyramidata L. (F. spathulata auct., non C. Presl), Broad-leaved cudweed in Cornwall.  Botanical Cornwall 6: 92-93.

Rich, T. C. G. (1994).  Ragweeds (Ambrosia L.) in Britain.  Grana 33: 38-43.

Rich, T. C. G. (1994).  Pedicularis sylvatica L. subsp. hibernica D. A. Webb (Scrophulariaceae) new to Wales.  Watsonia 20: 70-71.

Rich, T. C. G. (1994).  Luzula pallidula Kirschner in Ireland.  Irish Botanical News 4: 26-28.

Rich, T. C. G. (1994).  Wildlife corridors. Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management In Practice 11: 1-5.

Rich, T. C. G. (1994).  Book review: Kvetena Ceské republiky (Flora of the Czech Republic), volumes 1-3. Watsonia 20: 77.

Rich, T. C. G. (1994).  The rediscovery of starved wood-sedge Carex depauperata Curtis ex With. at Godalming, Surrey after the Great Storm of 1987.  In, Kirby, K. J. & Buckley, G. P., eds. (1994).  Ecological responses to the 1987 Great Storm in the woods of south-east England.  English Nature Science no. 23.  English Nature, Peterborough. 

Rich, T. C. G. (1994).  Hayfever in the garden.  Marion Merrell Dow, Uxbridge.

Rich, T. C. G., ed. (1994).  W. H. Coleman's Flora of East Grinstead (1836).  Sussex Botanical Recording Society, East Grinstead.

Chater, A. O. & Rich, T. C. G. (1995).  Rorippa islandica (Oeder ex Murray) Borbás (Brassicaceae) in Wales.  Watsonia 20: 229-238.

Rich, T. C. G. (1995).  Records of the genus Camelina Crantz (Cruciferae) in Ireland.  Irish Botanical News 5: 22-27.

Rich, T. C. G. (1995).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 6(4): 260-261.

Rich, T. C. G. & Matcham, H. W. (1995).  A quadrat for recording vertical surfaces.  Bulletin British Bryological Society 65: 67-68.

Rich, T. C. G. (1995).  The effects of climate on the distribution of the British flora.  Biological Sciences Review 7: 34-37.

Rich, T. C. G. (1995).  Extinct is forever.. unless you happen to be very lucky!  Sanctuary 24: 35.

Rich, T. C. G., Kay, G. M. & Kirschner, J. (1995).  Floating Water-plantain Luronium natans (L.) Raf. (Alismataceae) present in Ireland.  Irish Naturalists' Journal 25: 140-145.

Rich, T. C. G., Richardson, S. J. & Rose, F. (1995).  The status of Tunbridge Filmy-fern (Hymenophyllum tunbrigense (L.) Smith) (Hymenophyllaceae) in South East England in 1994/1995.  Fern Gazette 15: 51-63.

Thompson, K., Hodgson, J. G. & Rich, T. C. G. (1995).  Native and alien invasive plants: more of the same?  Ecography 18: 390-402.

Rich, T. C. G. (1995).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 7(2): 125-126.

Rich, T. C. G. (1996).  Plant conservation in the Czech Republic.  Ecos 16 (3/4): 71-74.

Kirschner, J. & Rich, T. C. G. (1996).  Luzula multiflora subsp. hibernica, a new tetraploid taxon of Luzula sect. Luzula (Juncaceae) from Ireland.  Watsonia 21: 89-97.

Rich, T. C. G. (1996).  Book review: The habitats and vegetation of Sussex.  F. Rose.  Booth Museum of Natural History.  Watsonia 21: 148.

Rich, T. C. G. & Woodruff, E. R. (1996).  Changes in the floras of England and Scotland between 1930-1960 and 1987-1988: The BSBI Monitoring Scheme.  Biological Conservation 75: 217-229.

Rich, T. C. G. (1996).  Estimated rates of erosion of ragstone outcrops on the Lympne Escarpment, Kent.  Transactions Kent Field Club 15: 33-37.

Rich, T. C. G. (1996).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 7(6): 397-398.

Rich, T. C. G., Houston, L. & Martin, M. (1996).  Slagged off: heavy metals contaminate rare plants in the Avon Gorge, Bristol.  Ecology and Environmental Management In Practice 18: 3. 

Rich, T. C. G. & Dalby, D. H. (1996).  The status and distribution of mountain scurvygrass (Cochlearia micacea Marshall) with ecological notes.  Botanical Journal of Scotland 48: 187-198.

Rich, T. C. G. & Smith, P. A. (1996).  Botanical recording, distribution maps and species frequency.  Watsonia 21: 155-167.

Rich, T. C. G. & McVeigh, A. (1996).  Falling stars.  Plantlife magazine Spring/summer 1996: 22-23.

Rich, T. C. G. (1996).  Is Gentianella uliginosa (Willd.) Boerner present in England?  Watsonia 21: 208-209.

Rich, T. C. G., Nicholson, R. A. & Woods, P. (1996).  Phyllis Stockdale (c. 1898-1949), a Sussex botanist.  Eastbourne Natural History Society Newsletter April 1996.

Rich, T. C. G. (1996).  Changing fortunes - the BSBI Monitoring Scheme.  British Wildlife 8: 7-11.

Rich, T. C. G., Donovan, P., Harmes, P., Knapp, A., McFarlane, M., Marrable, C., Muggeridge, N., Nicholson, R., Reader, M., Reader, P., Rich, E. & White, P. (1996).  Flora of Ashdown Forest.  Sussex Botanical Recording Society, East Grinstead.

Rich, T. C. G. (1997).  Early Gentian (Gentianella anglica (Pugsley) E. F. Warb.) present in Wales.  Watsonia 21: 289-290.

Rich, T. C. G., Rich, B. C. & Sturt, N. J. (1997).  Notes on some early Sussex botanical records by Thomas Sockett (1777-1859).  Watsonia 21: 290-292.

Jackson, A. & Rich, T. C. G. (1997).  Lower plant communities of the Wealden sandrocks at Wakehurst and Chiddinglye Woods SSSI, S. E. England.  In, Jackson, A. & Flannagan, M. eds.  1997.  Conservation of cryptogams in the Weald. pp. 27-31.  Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Rich, T. C. G. (1997).  The management of semi-natural lowland grassland for selected rare and scarce vascular plants: a review.  English Nature Research Reports no. 216.  English Nature, Peterborough.

Rich, T. C. G. (1997). Small Cow-wheat (Melampyrum sylvaticum L.; Scrophulariaceae) present in Wales.  BSBI Welsh Bulletin 62: 11.

Rich, T. C. G., Holyoak, D. T., Margetts, L. J. & Murphy, R. J. (1997).  Hybridisation between Gentianella amarella (L.) Boerner and G. anglica (Pugsley) E. F. Warb. (Gentianaceae).  Watsonia 21: 313-325.

Rich, T. C. G. (1997).  Scarce plants in Britain: have some been over-looked and are others really Scarce?  Watsonia 21: 327-333.

Rich, T. C. G. (1997).  Is ad hoc good enough?  Transactions of the Suffolk Naturalists’ Society 14: 14-21.

Rich, T. C. G. (1997).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 8(5): 328-329.

Rich, T. C. G. (1997).  Using botanical records to interpret changes in frequency of British plants.  The Biology Curator 10: 8-12.

Rich, T. C. G. (1997).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 9(2): 124-125.

Rich, T. C. G. (1997).  Design of record cards.  BSBI News 77:13-20.

Carey, J. L., Evans, M., Purewal, V., Randall, R. D., Sewell, R. M., Spears, R. & Rich, T. C. G. (1997).  Catalogue of vascular plant type specimens, National Museum & Gallery, Cardiff.  National Museum & Gallery, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G. (1998).  Book review: Flora of Great Britain and Ireland.  Volume 5.  Butomaceae - Orchidaceae.  P. D. Sell & G. Murrell. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Watsonia 22: 122-123.

Rich, T. C. G. (1998).  Book review: A Flora of Cumbria.  G. Halliday.  Lancaster University, Lancaster. British Wildlife 9(3): 202-203.

Rich, T. C. G. & Baecker, M. (1998). The distribution of Sorbus lancastriensis E. F. Warburg. In, Jackson, A. & Flannagan, M. eds.  1998.  The conservation status of Sorbus in the UK.  Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Rich, T. C. G., FitzGerald, R. & Sydes, C. (1998).  Distribution and ecology of Small Cow-wheat (Melampyrum sylvaticum L.; Scrophulariaceae) in the British Isles.  Botanical Journal of Scotland  50: 29-46.

Rich, T. C. G. (1998).  Squaring the circles - bias in distribution maps. British Wildlife 9(5): 213-219.

Rich, T. C. G. & Jermy, A. C., eds. (1998).  Plant Crib 1998.  BSBI, London.

Randall, R. D. & Rich, T. C. G. (1998).  Untangling the bramble collection.  Amgueddfa 1997: 37-39.

Rich, T. C. G. (1998).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 9(6): 396-398.

Williams, P. J., Biggs, J., Barr, C. J., Cummins, C. P. Gillespie, M. K., Rich, T. C. G., Baker, A., Baker, J., Beesley, J., Corfield, A., Dobson, D., Culling, A. S., Fox, G., Howard, D. C., Luursema, K., Rich, M. D. B., Samson, D., Scott, W. A., White, R. & Whitfield, M. (1998).  Lowland Ponds Survey 1996.  Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions, London.

Rich, T. C. G. (1998).  Standardised recording for botanical distribution maps.  Gorteria 24: 110-120.

Rich, T. C. G., Lambrick, C. R., Kitchen, C. & Kitchen, M. A. R. (1998).  Conserving Britain’s biodiversity. I: Thlaspi perfoliatum L. (Brassicaceae), Cotswold Pennycress.  Biodiversity and Conservation 7: 915-926.

Rich, T. C. G. (1998). Criteria for evaluating the importance of herbarium collections.  The Biology Curator 13: 2-4.

Rich, T. C. G., Hutchinson, G., Randall, R. D. & Ellis, R. G. (1999). List of plants endemic to the British Isles.  BSBI News 80: 23-27.

Lewis, J., Clements, D. K., Moore, L. & Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Cardiff Hedgerow Survey 1998.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Randall, R. D. & Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Distribution and conservation of Rubus dasycoccus, Thick-berried Bramble.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Randall, R. D. & Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Distribution and conservation of Rubus trelleckensis, Trelleck Bramble.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Distribution and conservation of Hieracium tavense, Black Mountain Hawkweed.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Distribution and conservation of Hieracium cambricum, Welsh Hawkweed.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Filago lutescens Jordan (Asteraceae), Red-tipped cudweed.  Watsonia 22: 251-260.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Filago pyramidata L. (Asteraceae), Broad-leaved cudweed.  Edinburgh Journal of Botany 56: 61-73.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Getting the records straight - standards for plant recording.  Botanical Recording and Conservation.  Proceedings of the Annual National Federation for Biological Recording held jointly with the Botanical Society of the British Isles, Liverpool Maritime Museum, 15 November 1997, pp. 9-16. National Federation for Biological Recording, Belfast.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Filago gallica, Rorippa islandica and Veronica spicata subsp. spicata.  In: Wigginton, M. J. (ed).  Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland 1: Vascular plants.  3rd edition. JNCC, Peterborough.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 10(4): 280-282.

Rich, T. C. G. & Jefferson, R. (1999).  Grassland management for rare and scarce vascular plants.  pp. 13:33-13:40.  In, Crofts, A. & Jefferson, R. G., eds.  The lowland grassland management handbook.  2nd edition.  Peterborough: English Nature/The Wildlife Trusts.

Rich, T. C. G. & Moore, L. (1999).  What happens to hedges in cities?  Urban Wildlife News 16: 3.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Identification - Cudweeds of the genus FilagoBritish Wildlife 10(5): 339-341.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Cardiff ponds in context.  Ecology and Environmental Management In Practice 26: 8.

Rich, T. C. G., Gibson, C. & Marsden, M. (1999). Re-establishment of the extinct native plant Filago gallica L. (Asteraceae), narrow-leaved cudweed, in Britain. Biological Conservation 91: 1-8.

Rich, T. C. G. & Lewis, J. (1999).  The distribution of Erophila (Brassicaceae) taxa sensu Filfilan & Elkington in Britain and Ireland.  Watsonia 22: 377-385.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999). Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Cyperus fuscus L. (Cyperaceae), Brown Galingale. Watsonia 22: 397-403.

Rich, T. C. G., Lambrick, C. R. & McNab, C. (1999).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Salvia pratensis L. (Lamiaceae), Meadow Clary, 1994-1996. Watsonia 22: 405-411.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  The potential for seed dispersal by sea water in Coincya wrightii (O. E. Schulz) Stace and C. monensis (L.) W. Greuter & Burdet subsp. monensis. Watsonia 22: 422-423.

Rich, T. C. G., Kay, G. M. & Sydes, C. (1999).  Distribution and ecology of Pyramidal Bugle (Ajuga pyramidalis L.; Lamiaceae) in the British Isles.  Botanical Journal of Scotland 50: 181-193.

Rich, T. C. G., Lawley, M., Martin, R. & Woodman, J. P. (1999).  Epilobium x obscurescens Kitchener & McKean new to Wales.  BSBI Welsh Bulletin 66: 13.

Rich, T. C. G. & Jones, R. A. (1999).  Rhinanthus angustifolius C. C. Gmel., Greater Yellow-rattle recorded in error for Wales.  BSBI Welsh Bulletin 66: 14.

Rich, T. C. G. (1999).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 11(2): 139-140.

Rich, T. C. G. & Matzke-Hajek, G. (1999). Standardisierte Datanerhebung im Gelände als Grundlage für Verbreitungskarten.  Floristische Rundbriefe 33: 55-67.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  What shall we do this Millennium? BSBI News 83: 16-17.

Sewell, R. M., Evans, M., Randall, R. D. & Rich, T. C. G. (2000). Catalogue of Rubus specimens in the Welsh National Herbarium (NMW), National Museum & Gallery, Cardiff.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Barnett, K. & Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  Thlaspi perfoliatum L. new to V.c. 37 Worcester.  Watsonia  23: 220.

White, R., Wright, Y., Clements, D. K. & Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  Merthyr Tydfil Hedgerow Survey 1999.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

White, R., Clements, D. K., Moon. S., Jones, R. & Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  Bridgend Hedgerow Survey 1999.  National Museums and Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

White, R., Rich, M. D. B., Wright, Y., Davies, C. & Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  Merthyr Tydfil Pond Survey 1999.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich. T. C. G. (2000).  Asparagus prostratus, Wild Asparagus, in West Sussex.  Sussex Botanical Recording Society Newsletter 50: 3.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000). On the Pembrokeshire record for Ajuga genevensis L.  BSBI Welsh Bulletin 67: 10.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000). Galium constrictum probably not in Pembrokeshire. BSBI Welsh Bulletin 67: 10.

Rich, T. C. G., Jones, R. A. & Lockton, A. (2000).  On the Anglesey records for Asparagus prostratus Dumort., Wild Asparagus.  BSBI Welsh Bulletin 67: 11-12.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000). Rigid Buckler-fern Dryopteris submontana rediscovered in V.c. 42 Brecon.  BSBI Welsh Bulletin 67: 13.

Rich, T. C. G. & Sydes, C. (2000).  Recording and declines of the Nationally Scarce plants Ajuga pyramidalis L. and Melampyrum sylvaticum L. Watsonia  23: 293-297.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium cambricum (Asteraceae), Welsh Hawkweed. Watsonia 23: 305-310.

Rich, T. C. G. & Houston, L. (2000).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium tavense (Asteraceae), Black Mountain Hawkweed.  Watsonia 23: 311-316.

Randall, R. D. & Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Rubus trelleckensis (Rosaceae), Trelleck Bramble. Watsonia  23: 317-322.

Rich, T. C. G. & Brown, N. (2000).  Suaeda vera J. F. Gmel. (Chenopodiaceae), Shrubby Sea-blite, present in Anglesey (v.c. 52), Wales.  Watsonia 23: 343-344.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  A reanalysis of the Mistletoe (Viscum album L.; Loranthaceae) survey data from the 1970s and 1990s.  Watsonia 23: 338-339.

Rich, T. C. G., Jones, R. A. & Jebb, M. (2000).  Three new British sites for Carex depauperata With. (Cyperaceae) represented in the Irish National Herbarium, Glasnevin.  Watsonia 23: 340-341.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 11(6): 442-444.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  Book review: British Plant Communities, volume 5: Maritime communities and vegetation of open habitatsBritish Wildlife 11(6): 453-454.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  A comparison of the ponds in the County of Cardiff with the national statistics from the Lowland Ponds Survey 1996.  Proceedings of Ponds Conference 1998,  pp. 27-33.  The Ponds Conservation Trust, Oxford.

Rich, T. C. G., Clements, D. A., Lewis, J. & Moore, L. (2000).  A comparison of four methods used to survey hedges: The Cardiff Hedgerow Survey 1998.  Journal of Environmental Management 60: 91-100.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000). Meadow Clary (Salvia pratensis L.) in Middlesex.  London Naturalist 79: 49.

Rich, T. C. G. (2000).  Unique herbarium collections.  The Biology Curator 19: 38.

Randall, R. D. & Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Rubus dasycoccus (Rosaceae), Thick-berried Bramble. Watsonia 23: 437-442.

Rich, T. C. G. & Birkinshaw, C. (2001). Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Carex depauperata With. (Cyperaceae), Starved wood-sedge.  Watsonia 23: 401-411.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Distribution and conservation of Hieracium cillense, Craig y Cilau Hawkweed.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Distribution and conservation of Hieracium asteridiophyllum, Llangattock Hawkweed.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G. & McDonnell, E. J. (2001).  Distribution and conservation of Hieracium cyathis, Chalice Hawkweed.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

White, R., Rich, M. D. B., Wright, Y., Davies, C. & Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Merthyr Tydfil Pond Survey 1999-2000.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G. & Nicholls-Vuille, F.-L. (2001). Taxonomy and distribution of European Damasonium (Alismataceae).  Edinburgh Journal of Botany 58: 45-55.

Kane, A., Baker, E., Livesey, K., Carey, J. Spears, R., Tipper, A. D., & Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Catalogue of the C. T. & E. Vachell herbarium, National Museum and Gallery of Wales, Cardiff. National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001). Flowering plants.  pp. 23-49 in Hawksworth, D. L., ed., The changing wildlife of Great Britain and Ireland.  The Systematics Association special volume series 62.  Taylor & Francis, London.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 12(4): 287-289.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Fumaria purpurea – Purple Ramping-fumitory: identification.  Botanical Cornwall 10: 8-9.

Earl, D. P. & Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Prostrate Broom (Cytisus scoparius subsp. maritimus) at Tubby’s Head, St Agnes, Cornwall (v.c. 1).  Botanical Cornwall 10: 18-20.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Anthyllis vulneraria L. subsp. corbierei (Salmon & Travis) Cullen in Cornwall.  Botanical Cornwall 10: 21-25.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001). Bromus interruptus (Hack.) Druce (Poaceae) in Nederland.  Gorteria 27: 90-92.

Orange, A., Rich, T. C. G. & Tangney, R. (2001).  Nodiadau Natur.  1.  Planhigion. Y Naturiaethwr Cyfres 2, Rhif 8:39.

Rich, T. C. G. & Motley, G. S. (2001).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium linguans (Asteraceae), Tongue Hawkweed.  Watsonia 23: 517-523.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001). What is Anthyllis vulneraria L. subsp. corbierei (Salmon & Travis) Cullen (Fabaceae)? Watsonia 23: 469-480.

Hand, S. O., McCosh, D., Hutchinson, G., Tipper, A. D., Griffiths, M., Slade, D. & Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Catalogue of Hieracium and Pilosella specimens from the British Isles in the Welsh National Herbarium (NMW), National Museum & Gallery Cardiff.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Douglas Henry Kent (1920-1998): an appreciation.  pp. ix-xi, in Kent, D. H. (2001).  Flora of Middlesex.  A supplement to the historical flora of Middlesex.  Ray Society, London.

Kay, Q. O. N., Davies, E. W. & Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Taxonomy of the Western European endemic Asparagus prostratus (A. officinalis subsp. prostratus) (Asparagaceae).  Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 137: 127-137.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 13(2): 134-136.

Rich, T. C. G. (2001).  Nodiadau Natur.  4.  Planhigion.  Y Naturiaethwr 2(9): 32.

Rich, T. C. G. & Tangney, R. (2001). Plant news.  Natur Cymru 2: 47.

Rich, T. C. G. & Fitzgerald, R. (2002). Life cycle, ecology and distribution of Schoenoplectus triqueter (L.) Palla (Cyperaceae), Triangular club-rush, in Britain and Ireland.  Watsonia 24: 57-67.

Rich, T. C. G. & Lockton, A. J. (2002). Bromus interruptus (Hack.) Druce (Poaceae) - an extinct English endemic.  Watsonia 24: 69-80.

Fay, M. F., Gernandt, D. S., Cowan, R. S., Kitchen, M. A. R., Kitchen, C. & Rich, T. C. G. (2002).  Parentage of an unknown member of the Sorbus latifolia (Lam.) Pers. group.  Watsonia  24: 91-100.

Rich, T. C. G. (2002).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium asteridiophyllum and H. cillense (Asteraceae).  Watsonia 24: 101-106.

Rich, T. C. G. & McVeigh, A. (2002).  Gentianella germanica Chiltern Gentian and G. ciliata Fringed Gentian in Wiltshire. Journal of the Wiltshire Botanical Society 5: 10-11.

Rich, T. C. G. (2002). Illecebrum verticillatum L., Coral-necklace, new to Anglesey.  BSBI Welsh Bulletin 70: 11.

Rich, T. C. G. (2002). Potentilla erecta subsp. strictissima new to V.c. 52 Anglesey.  BSBI Welsh Bulletin 70: 15.

Rich, T. C. G., Beesley, S. & Goodwillie, R. (2002).  Changes in the vascular plant flora of Ireland between pre-1960 and 1987-1988: The BSBI Monitoring Scheme.  Irish Naturalists’ Journal 26: 333-350.

Rich, T. C. G. (2002). Occurrence of the Western European endemic Asparagus prostratus (A. officinalis subsp. prostratus) (Asparagaceae) in Germany.  Floristische Rundbriefe 32: 65-67.

Tangney, R., Orange, A. & Rich, T. C. G. (2002).  Nodiadau Natur.  1.  Planhigion. Y Naturiaethwr Cyfres 2, Rhif 10:37.

Rich, T. C. G., Bennallick, I.  J., Cordrey, L., Kay, Q. O. N., Lockton, A. & Rich, L. K. (2002). Distribution and population sizes of Asparagus prostratus Dumort., Wild Asparagus, in Britain.  Watsonia 24: 183-192.

Rich, T. C. G. (2002). Book review: Biological collections and biodiversity.  Edited by B. S. Rushton, P. Hackney and C. R. Tyrie. Linnean Society Occasional Publications 3.  Westbury Publishing, Otley, 2001.  Watsonia 24: 253-254.

Rich, T. C. G. (2002).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 13(6): 442-444.

Rich, T. C. G. (2002).  Lectotypification of Draba aizoides L., Cochlearia armoracia L. and Lepidium iberis L.  In, Cafferty, S. & Jarvis, C. E. (2002).  Typification of Linnaean plant names in Brassicaceae (Cruciferae).  Taxon 51: 529-537.

Rich, T. C. G. (2002).  Extinct plant rediscovered in Wales.  IEEM In Practice 37: 10.

Rich, T. C. G. (2002).  Extinct plant rediscovered in Wales!  Biodiversity News 21: 4.

Tennant, D. J. & Rich, T. C. G. (2002).  Distribution maps and IUCN threat categories for Hieracium section Alpina in Britain. Edinburgh Journal of Botany 59: 351-372.

Rich, T. C. G. (2002).  Book review: New Atlas of the British and Irish flora, C. D.  Preston et al.  Oxford University Press.  British Wildlife 14: 149. 

Rich, T. C. G. (2002).  New to Wiltshire – Poa infirmaWiltshire Botanical Society Newsletter 19: 11.

Rich, T. C. G. & Pryor, K. V. (2003).  Galeopsis segetum Neck. (Lamiaceae), Downy Hemp-nettle: native or introduced in Britain? Watsonia 24: 401-411.

Rich, T. C. G. & Scott, M. (2003). Target 3: Development of models with protocols for plant conservation and sustainable use, based on research and practical experience.  In, The Global Strategy for Plant Conservation in the UK.  Plant diversity challenge working papers, pp. 9-14.  JNCC/Plantlife/Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, London.

Rich, T. C. G. (2003).  Wildlife Reports.  Flowering Plants - England.  British Wildlife 14(4): 290-292.

Karran, A. B. & Rich, T. C. G. (2003).  Geographical and temporal distributions of Alyssum alyssoides and Berteroa incana (Brassicaceae) in the British Isles. Watsonia 24: 499-506.

Fay, M. F., O’Rourke, A. & Rich, T. C. G. (2003).  A preliminary investigation of genetic variation in Western European Carex depauperata Curtis ex With. (Cyperaceae), Starved Wood-sedge.  Watsonia 24: 507-511.

Rich, T. C. G. & Hand, S. O. (2003).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium snowdoniense (Asteraceae), Snowdonia Hawkweed. Watsonia 24: 513-518.

Rich, T. C. G. (2003).  Présence en France de Bromus hordeaceus L. subsp. longipedicellatus L. M. Spalton.  Bulletin de la Société Botanique du Centre-Ouest, Nouvelle série 34: 167-168

Rich, T. C. G. & Hopkins, F. (2003). Spergularia bocconi (Scheele) Graebn. présent dans le Massif Armorician.  Bulletin de la Société Botanique du Centre-Ouest, Nouvelle série 34: 199-202.

Woodruffe, P. & Rich, T. C. G. (2004).  The Wiltshire component of the Barbara Welch herbarium and archive at the National Museum and Gallery, Cardiff (NMW). Journal of the Wiltshire Botanical Society 6: 3-7.

Nicholson, R. A., Showler, A. J. & Rich, T. C. G. (2004). Further observations on the ecology and distribution of Cardamine bulbifera (L.) Crantz (Brassicaceae) in the British Isles. Watsonia 25: 99-106.

Rich, T. C. G. & Rumsey, F. J. (2004).  490. Hymenophyllum tunbrigense.  Curtis's Botanical Magazine 21: 70-76.

Rich, T. C. G. (2004). [Gentianella uliginosa at] Pembrey Sands.  Sanctuary 33: 93.

Rich, T. C. G. & Houston, L. (2004).  The distribution and population sizes of the rare English endemic Sorbus wilmottiana E. F. Warburg, Wilmott’s Whitebeam (Rosaceae).  Watsonia 25: 185-191.

Lledó, M. D. & Rich, T. C. G. (2004).  Genetic variation in progenies of three Hieracium microspecies endemic from Wales (United Kingdom).  Thaiszia Journal of Botany 14, Supplement 1: 11-12.

Rich, T. C. G. & Hutchinson, G. (2005).  Vascular plants.  In Biodiversity Wales.  Species of conservation or special interest to Wales.  National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G., Mardon, D., Curtis, I., Heyward, S. J., Heywood, V., McKean, D. R., Hall, T., Harris, S., O’Rourke, A., Cowan, R. S. & Fay, M. F. (2005).  Is the enigma a variation? Sagina boydii F. B. White (Caryophyllaceae), Boyd’s pearlwort.  Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 147: 203-211.

Rich, T. C. G. (2005).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium neocoracinum (Asteraceae), Craig Cerrig-gleisiad Hawkweed. Watsonia 25: 283-287.

Rich, T. C. G., Evans, S. B., Evans, A. E., Magnanon, S., Hopkins, F., Caldas, F. B., Pryor, K. V. & Lledó, M. D. (2005).  Distribution of the western European endemic Centaurium scilloides (L. f.) Samp. (Gentianaceae), Perennial Centaury.  Watsonia 25: 275-281.

Rich, T. C. G. (2005).  Book review: PLANTATT.  Watsonia 25: 325.

Rich, T. C. G. (2005).  Sorbus latifolia and S. croceocarpa in Ireland.  Irish Botanical News 15: 21-22.

McVeigh, A., Carey, J. E. & Rich, T. C. G. (2005). Chiltern Gentian, Gentianella germanica (Willd.) Börner (Gentianaceae) in Britain: distribution and current status.  Watsonia 25: 339-367.

Rich, T. C. G., Lockton, A. J. & Parnell, J. (2005).  Distribution of the Irish Whitebeam Sorbus hibernica E. F. Warb.(Rosaceae).  Watsonia 25: 369-380.

Rich, T. C. G., Motley, G. S. & Kay, Q. O. N. (2005).  Population sizes of three rare Welsh endemic Sorbus species (Rosaceae).  Watsonia 25: 381-388.

Rich, T. C. G. (2005).  Could Centaurium scilloides (L. f.) Samp. (Gentianaceae), Perennial Centaury, have colonised Britain by sea?  Watsonia 25: 397-401.

Hutchinson, G. & Rich, T. C. G. (2005).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium radyrense (Asteraceae), Radyr Hawkweed.  Watsonia 25: 403-407.

Rich, T. C. G. & Allen, D. E. (2005).  Cardamine ´ fringsii F. Wirtgen (Brassicaceae) in the British Isles. Watsonia 25: 409-412.

[Rich, T. C. G., numerous contributions on habitats and vascular plants] Hill, D., Fasham, M., Tucker, G., Shewry, M. & Shaw, P., editors (2005).  Handbook of Biodiversity Methods.  Survey, evaluation and monitoring.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

French, C. N. & Rich, T. C. G. (2005).  Monitoring the decline of Spergularia bocconei (Scheele) Graebn., Greek Sea-Spurrey, in Cornwall.  Botanical Cornwall 13: 45-51.

Rich, T. C. G. & Cordrey, L. (2005).  Wild Asparagus Asparagus prostratus prostrate pollination.  Flora English Nature Winter 2005: 6-7.

Rich, T. C. G. (2006).  The role of the taxonomist in conservation of critical vascular plants.  In Leadlay, E. & Jury, S. L., eds, Taxonomy and plant conservation, pp. 212-220. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Rich, T. C. G. & Houston, L. (2006).  Sorbus whiteana (Rosaceae), a new endemic tree from Britain.  Watsonia 26: 1-7.

Rich, T. C. G. (2006).  A simple genetic base for the spreading and appressed hair types in Anthyllis vulneraria L. (Fabaceae).  Watsonia 26: 69.

Rich, T. C. G., Rich, L. K., Evans, S. B., Evans, A. E. & Hopkins, F.  (2006).  Vegetation and habitats of the western European endemic Asparagus prostratus Dumort. (Asparagaceae), Wild Asparagus.  Pp. 231-241, in Leach, S. J., Page, C. N., Peytoureau, Y. & Sanford, M. N.  Botanical Links in the Atlantic Arc.  BSBI Conference Report no. 24.  BSBI/English Nature, London.

Rich, T. C. G., Hjertson, M. & Moberg, R. (2006).  Typification of some T. Hedlund names in Sorbus L. (Rosaceae).  Taxon 55: 203-206.

Rich, T. C. G. (2006).  Fumariaceae, in Rose, F. & O’Reilly, C.  The wild flower key. 2nd ed.  Pp. 116-119.  Frederick Warne, London.

Forty, M. & Rich, T. C. G., eds. (2006).  The botanist.  The botanical diary of Eleanor Vachell (1879-1948).  National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.

Rich, T. C. G. (2006).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium riddelsdellii (Asteraceae), Riddelsdell's Hawkweed.  Watsonia 26: 139-144.

Rich, T. C. G. & Karran, A. B. (2006).  Floristic changes in the British Isles: Comparison of techniques for assessing changes in frequency of plants with time.  Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 152: 279-302.

Rich, T. C. G. (2006).  Floristic changes in the British Isles: geographic and temporal variation in botanical activity 1836-1988.  Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 152: 303-330.

Chester, M., Cowan, R. S., Fay, M. F. & Rich, T. C. G. (2007).  Parentage of endemic Sorbus L. (Rosaceae) species in the British Isles – evidence from plastid DNA.  Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 154: 291-304.

Price, D. T. & Rich, T. C. G. (2007).  One-way introgressive hybridisation between Sorbus aria and S. torminalis (Rosaceae) in southern Britain.  Watsonia 26: 419-432.

Codd, R. B. & Rich, T. C. G. (2007).  Variation in Asperula cynanchica L. (Rubiaceae) in the British Isles.  Watsonia 26: 433-442.

Slade, K. & Rich, T. C G. (2007).  Pollen studies in British Hieracium sect. Alpina (Asteraceae).  Watsonia 26: 443-450.

Rich, T. C. G., Edwards, B. & Pearman, D. A. (2007). Hieracium portlandicum (Asteraceae), a new endemic hawkweed from the Isle of Portland, England related to Hieracium leyanum. Watsonia 26: 451-461.

Rich, T. C. G. & Smith, P. A. (2007).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium cacuminum (Asteraceae), Summit Hawkweed.  Watsonia 26: 463-468.

Rich, T. C. G., Sawtschuk, J. & Green, I. P. (2007).  The British endemic Hieracium cambricogothicum (Asteraceae) is probably extinct.  Watsonia 26: 490-491. 

Rich, T. C. G. (2007).  Publications of Francis Rose (1921-2006).  Watsonia 26: 518-526.

Rich, T. C. G. (2007).  Species surveys: vascular plants.  pp. 39-40 in Developing best practice in survey and reporting.  Proceedings of IEEM’s Spring Conference 18 April 2007, London. IEEM, Winchester.

Houston, L., Robertson, A. & Rich, T. C. G. (2008).  The distribution, population size and growth of the rare English endemic Sorbus bristoliensis A. J. Wilmott, Bristol Whitebeam (Rosaceae).  Watsonia 27: 37-49.

Sawtschuk, J., McCarthy, W. & Rich, T. C. G. (2008). Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium pseudoleyi (Asteraceae), Purple-flushed Hawkweed.  Watsonia 27: 59-64.

Bailey, J. P., Kay, Q. O. N., McAllister, H. & Rich, T. C. G. (2008).  Chromosome numbers in Sorbus L. (Rosaceae) in the British Isles.  Watsonia 27: 69-72.

Rich, T. C. G., Wyse Jackson, M. J. & Fitzgerald, R. (2008).  Wildlife reports.  Plants – Ireland.  British Wildlife 19: 214-216.

Rich, T. C. G. (2008).  A method for predicting dates of extinction in the British flora.  BSBI Recorder Spring 2008, 12-15.

Rich, T. C. G., McDonnell, E. J. & Lledó, M. D. (2008).  Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: the case of Hieracium cyathis and its relationship to other apomictic taxa. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 156: 669-680.

Tennant, D. J. & Rich, T. C. G. (2008).  British alpine hawkweeds.  BSBI, London.

Rich, T. C. G. (2008).  Book review: Hedgerow History: Ecology, History and Landscape Character by Gerry Barnes and Tom Williamson. Post-Medieval Archaeology 41: 200.

Rich, T. C. G. (2008).  Sorbus ´ liljeforsii, a name for the S. aucuparia ´ intermedia hybrid (Rosaceae).  Nordic Journal of Botany 25: 339-341.

Cowan, R. S., Smith, R. J., Fay, M. F. & Rich, T. C. G. (2008).  Genetic variation in Irish Whitebeam, Sorbus hibernica E. F. Warb. (Rosaceae) and its relationship to a Sorbus from the Menai Strait, North Wales.  Watsonia 27: 99-108.

Sawtschuk, J. & Rich, T. C. G. (2008). Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: status of the two Wye Valley endemics Hieracium pachyphylloides, Carboniferous Hawkweed and H. vagicola, Tutshill Hawkweed (Asteraceae).  Watsonia 27: 109-118.

Rich, T. C. G. & McCosh, D. J. (2008).  The status of Hieracium arranense and H. sannoxense (Asteraceae), two endemic hawkweeds from the Isle of Arran, Scotland.  Watsonia 27: 119-125.

Hill, D. A. W. & Rich, T. C. G. (2008).  Records of Gentiana acaulis L. (Gentianaceae) in Britain.  BSBI News 109: 50-51.

Reed, M. D, Lansdown, R. V. & Rich, T. C. G. (2008).  The species of Fumaria (Papaveraceae) in Texas, including F. densiflora, first records from North America.  Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 2: 1347-1351.

Rich, T. C. G., Hodd, R. L. I. B., McCosh, D. J., Mhic Daeid, E. C., McVeigh, A., Sawtschuk, J. & Wyse Jackson, M. B. (2008).  Conservation of Ireland’s biodiversity: a survey and assessment of the current status of three Irish endemic hawkweeds from Kerry, Hieracium argentatum, H. scullyi and H. sparsifrons (Asteraceae).  Biology and Environment - Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 108B: 143-155.

Rich, T. C. G. & Cann, D. C. G. (2009).  A survey of Sorbus species at Watersmeet, North Devon, September 2007.  Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science 140: 185-198.

Rich, T. C. G. & Proctor, M. C. F. (2009).  Some new British and Irish Sorbus L. taxa (Rosaceae).  Watsonia 27: 207-216.

Rich, T. C. G., Harris, S. A. & Hiscock, S. J. (2009).  Five new Sorbus (Rosaceae) taxa from the Avon Gorge, England.  Watsonia 27: 217-228.

Humphrey, T., Taylor, C., Rich, T. C. G. & Hipkin, C. R. (2009).  Vascular plants from Swansea University Herbarium (UCSA) now incorporated into the Welsh National Herbarium (NMW).  Watsonia 27: 257.

Murphy, R. J., edited T. C. G. Rich (2009).  Fumitories of Britain and Ireland.  BSBI Handbook no. 12.  BSBI, London.

Rich, T. C. G. (2009).  Pollen stainability in British Sorbus L.  Plant Ecology and Diversity 2: 85-88.

Rich, T. C. G. (2009).  Neotinea maculata (Desf.) Stearn, Dense-flowered Orchid, new to Co. Antrim (H39).  Irish Naturalists’ Journal 29: 136-137.

Houston, L., Robertson, A., Jones, K., Smith, S. C. C., Hiscock, S. J. & Rich, T. C. G. (2009).  An account of the Whitebeams (Sorbus L., Rosaceae) of Cheddar Gorge, England, with description of three new species.  Watsonia 27:  283-300.

Rich, T. C. G., Charles, C., Houston, L. & Tillotson, A. (2009).  The diversity of Sorbus L. (Rosaceae) in the Lower Wye Valley.  Watsonia 27: 301-313. 

Rich, T. C. G. (2009). Validation of names for new Avon Gorge Sorbus (Rosaceae) taxa.  Watsonia 27: 370.

McCosh, D. J. & Rich, T. C. G. (2009). Hieracium proximum Caithness Hawkweed in Ireland. Irish Naturalists’ Journal 30: 54-55.

Rich, T. C. G. & Smith, P. A. (2010). Hieracium adelphicum P. D. Sell, Glamorganshire Hawkweed rediscovered in Glamorgan. BSBI Welsh Bulletin 85: 20-21.

Jannink, M. & Rich, T. C. G. (2010). Ghost orchid rediscovered in Britain after 23 years. Journal of the Hardy Orchid Society 7: 14-15.

Rich, T. C. G., McCosh, D. J., Sawtschuk, J. & Wyse Jackson, M. B. (2010). Conservation of Ireland’s biodiversity: the status of two Irish endemic hawkweeds Hieracium hartii and H. hibernicum (Asteraceae). Watsonia 8: 1-10.

Robertson, A., Rich, T. C. G., Allen, A. M., Houston, L., Roberts, C., Bridle, J. R., Harris, S. A. & Hiscock, S. J. (2010). Hybridization and polyploidy as drivers of continuing evolution and speciation in Sorbus L. (Rosaceae). Molecular Ecology 19: 1675-1690.

Rich, T. C. G., Houston, L., Robertson, A. & Proctor, M. C. F. (2010). Whitebeams, Rowans and Service Trees of Britain and Ireland. A monograph of British and Irish Sorbus L. Botanical Society of the British Isles in association with National Museum Wales. London.

Rich, T. C. G., Cordrey, L., Jones, A. & Leach, S. (2010). Wild about asparagus. British Wildlife 21: 305-311.

Rich, T. C. G., Cotton, D. C. F., Hodd, R. L. I. B., Houston, L., McCosh, D. J. & Wyse Jackson, M. B. (2010). Conservation of Ireland’s biodiversity: status of the Irish endemic Hieracium basalticola Pugsley (Basalt Hawkweed) (Asteraceae). Irish Naturalists’ Journal 30: 79-89.

Rich, T. C. G. & McCosh, D. J. (2010). Conservation status of two British members of Hieracium section Alpestria: Hieracium mirandum and H. solum (Asteraceae). Watsonia 28: 141-144.

Shewring, M. & Rich, T. C. G. (2010). Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: Hieracium subminutidens (Asteraceae), Llanwrytyd Hawkweed. Watsonia: 28: 145-149.

Rich, T. C. G. & McCosh, D. J. (2010). Taxonomy and conservation status of Hieracium vinifolium (including H. kintyricum), Claret-leaved Hawkweed (Asteraceae). Watsonia 28: 151-156.

Rich, T. C. G., McCosh, D. J. & Teesdale, I. (2010). Conservation of Britain’s biodiversity: status of Hieracium thalassinum (Asteraceae), Hairy-bracted Hawkweed. Watsonia 28: 160-161.

Rich, T. C. G. & Wyse Jackson, M. B. (2010). Lectotypification of Hieracium scullyi E. F. Linton (Asteraceae). Watsonia 28: 162.

Sarabia, B., Hassandokhta, M. R., Hassanib, M. E., Masoumia, T. R. & Rich, T. C. G. (2010). Evaluation of genetic diversity among some Iranian wild asparagus populations using morphological characteristics and RAPD markers. Scientia Horticulturae 126: 1–7.

Rich, T. C. G. (2010). On my bookshelf. Bibliographical Index of the British Flora by Norman Douglas Simpson. Museums Journal August 2010: 57.

Van den Berg, L. J. L., Vergeer, P., Rich, T. C. G., Smart, S. M., Guest, D. & Ashmore, M. R. (2010). Direct and indirect effects of nitrogen deposition on species composition change in calcareous grasslands. Global Change Biology 17: 1871-1883.

Thomas, S., Bailey, J. & Rich, T. C. G. (2011). Pollen and cytological studies in Hieracium section Alpestria (Asteraceae). Nordic Journal of Botany 29: 244-248.

Rich, T. C. G. & Richards, A. J. (2011). Taraxacum subericinum Hagendijk, Soest & Zevenb. (sect. Hamata) new to the British Isles. BSBI News 117: 45-46.

Rich, T. C. G. (2011). Book Review: New flora of the British Isles, C. A. Stace. 3rd ed. 2010. Systematic Botany 36: 253.

Rich, T. C. G. (2011). Hieracium maccoshiana, a new Scottish hawkweed related to H. dovrense (Section Alpestria, Asteraceae). PhytoKeys 3: 1-8.

McCosh, D. J. & Rich, T. C. G. (2011). Atlas of British and Irish Hawkweeds (Pilosella Hill and Hieracium L.). Botanical Society of the British Isles. London.

Rich, T. C. G. & Jones, R. A. (2011). Another Welsh dodo - our endemic Penwyllt hawkweed is extinct. BSBI Welsh Bulletin 88:12-13.

Rich, T. C. G. & Scott, W. (2011). British Northern Hawkweeds. A monograph of British Hieracium section Alpestria. Botanical Society of the British Isles. London.

Hipkin, C., Morgan, I., Pryce, R. D., Rich, T. C. G., Stewart, B. & Woodman, J. (2012). Conyza in Wales – we haven’t been paying attention. BSBI Welsh Bulletin 89:18-20.

Rich, T. C. G. & Whild, S. J. (2012). Cardiff Conyza census. BSBI Welsh Bulletin 89: 24.

Rich, T. C. G. & Whild, S. J. (2012). The Whitebeams (Sorbus) of Blodwel Rocks. Shropshire Botanical Society Newsletter 24: 10.

de Vere, N., Rich, T. C.G., Ford, C. R., Trinder, S. A., Long, C., Moore, C. W., Satterthwaite, D., Davies, H., Allainguillaume, J., Ronca, S., Tatarinova, T., Garbett, H., Walker, K. & Wilkinson, M. J. (2012). DNA barcoding the native flowering plants and conifers of Wales. PLoS One 7: 1-12 (e37945).

Rich, T. C. G. (2012). The next plants to go extinct in Wales? Bulbous Meadow-grass (Poa bulbosa L.). BSBI Welsh Bulletin 90: 15-17.

Rich, T. C. G. (2012). Dandelions of Cardiff. Natur Cymru 43: 40.

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  • National Museum Cardiff

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    Discover art, natural history and geology. With a busy programme of exhibitions and events, we have something to amaze everyone, whatever your interest – and admission is free!

  • St Fagans National History Museum

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    St Fagans is one of Europe's foremost open-air museums and Wales's most popular heritage attraction.

  • Big Pit National Coal Museum

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    Big Pit is a real coal mine and one of Britain's leading mining museums. With facilities to educate and entertain all ages, Big Pit is an exciting and informative day out.

  • National Wool Museum

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    Located in the historic former Cambrian Mills, the Museum is a special place with a spellbinding story to tell.

  • National Roman Legion Museum

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    In AD 75, the Romans built a fortress at Caerleon that would guard the region for over 200 years. Today at the National Roman Legion Museum you can learn what made the Romans a formidable force and how life wouldn't be the same without them.

  • National Slate Museum

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    The National Slate Museum offers a day full of enjoyment and education in a dramatically beautiful landscape on the shores of Llyn Padarn.

  • National Waterfront Museum

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    The National Waterfront Museum at Swansea tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years.

  • Rhagor: Explore our collections

    Rhagor (Welsh for ‘more’) offers unprecedented access to the amazing stories that lie behind our collections.