Ref NoMS/411/3
TitleVolume 3
DescriptionBound volume containing 55 watercolour paintings of flowering plants, mostly British, as well as labels and details of the date and location that the flower was found. The bound volume has 'Scrap Book' emboldened on the front, and the number '3' written on the spine. The following plants are listed showing the page number, the common name or names, and the Latin name in brackets:

112. Wild Radish, White Charlock (Raphanus raphanistrum)
113. Wild Radish, White Charlock (Raphanus raphanistrum var. maritimus) ['Druce' written in pencil too]
114. Dyer's Rocket, Yellow Weed (Reseda luteola)
115. Cut-leaved Mignonette (Reseda lutea)
116. Spotted Rockrose (Helianthemum guttatum var. breweri)
117. Hoary Rockrose (Helianthemum canum)
118. Common Rockrose (Helianthemum vulgare)
119. White Rockrose (Helianthemum polifolium)
120. Marsh Violet (Viola palustris)
121. Sweet Violet (Viola odorata)
122. Hairy Violet (Viola hirta)
123. [Dwarf Violet] (Viola calcarea var. hirta)
124. Sand Violet (Viola rupestris var. arenaria)
125. Dog Violet (Lady Davy) (Viola canina var. V. sylvestris)
126. Heart'sease (Viola tricolor)
127. Heart'sease (Viola contempta)
128. Milkwort (Polygala vulgaris)
129. Sea-heath (Frankenia laevis)
130. Pheasant's-eye Pink (Dianthus plumarius)
131. Proliferous Pink (Dianthus prolifer)
132. Deptford Pink (Dianthus armeria)
133. Cheddar Pink (Dianthus caesius)
134. Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) (another watercolour on page labeled "double variety growing close by")
135. Moss Campion (Silene acaulis)
136. Bladder Campion (Silene cucubalus)
137. Sea Campion (Silene maritima) [Includes 1 loose insert: on the reverse of part of a letter addressed to Gwatkin and dated 30 January 1936, is a drawing entitled 'Root of Sea Campion' with locality details]
138. Nottingham Catchfly (Silene nutans)
139. Small-flowered Silene (Silene gallica)
140. Striated Catchfly (Silene conica)
141. Night-flowering Catchfly (Silene noctiflora)
142. White Campion, White Lychnis (Lychnis vespertina)
143. Red Campion, Red Lychnis (Lychnis diurna)
144. Corn Cockle (Lychnis Githago)
145. Ragged Robin (Lychnis flos-cuculi)
146. Red Alpine Catchfly (Lychnis alpina)
147. Procumbent Pearlwort (Sagina procumbens)
148. Mossy Cyphel (Arenaria cherleri)
149. Sea Purslane (Arenaria peploides)
150. Thyme-leaved Sandwort (Arenaria serpyllifolia)
151. Arctic Sandwort (Arenaria norvegiea)
152. Fringed Sandwort, var. of (Arenaria ciliata) (Arenaria gothica)
153. Three-nerved Sandwort (Arenaria trinervis)
154. Upright Manchia (Manchia erecta)
155. Mouse-ear Chickweed (Cerastium vulgatum) ['Druce' written in pencil too]
156. Mouse-ear Chickweed (Cerastium vulgatum var. viscosum)
157. Field Cerast (Cerastium arvense)
158. Hairy Alpine Chickweed (Cerastium alpinum) (Cerastium arcticum)
159. Water Starwort, Water Chickweed (Stellaria aquatica)
160. Chickweed (Stellaria media)
161. Lesser Stitchwort (Stellaria graminea)
162. Marsh Starwort (Stellaria palustris)
163. Great Stitchwort (Stellaria holostea) Also depicts detail of a seed
164. Sand Spurry (Spergularia rubra) ['Druce' written in pencil too]
165. Sea-side Sandwort Spurry (Spergularia marina)
166. Corn Spurry (Spergula arvensis)
167. Perfoliate claytonia (Claytonia perfoliata)
Extent1 bound volume
NotesN.B. Some of the notes of locations and dates of flowers appear to have been acquired by Gwatkin through other people as it sometimes states 'per [through] Dr H. Clarke', or 'per R.L. Smith' or 'per E.M. Marsden Jones' or 'per C.D. Heginbothom' or 'the Rev Canon Goddard' or 'per Miss Vachell'.
Creator NameGwatkin, J.R.G.
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