Carum carvi / check if comment is applicable to version 6b on public review site! Øst-Finnmark: I have investigated collections in the Herbarium in Oslo and found several modern finds not only from ruderal habitats, but also from more natural habitats as
Comment Apiaceae for Norway:
(genera for general review)
Carum carvi / check if comment is applicable to version 6b on public review site!
Øst-Finnmark: I have investigated collections in the Herbarium in Oslo and found several modern finds not only from ruderal habitats, but also from more natural habitats as seashores, (e.g. Finnmark: Båtsfjord: Syltefjordbotten ved Nordfjord, UD 82, stranding, epilittoralt. 5/8-1979 leg. Klaus Høiland og Knut Østmoe, O 175761). A small open dot should be replaced by a small, black dot on the map.
Coriandrum sativum / check if comment is applicable to version 6a on public review site!
Details of the Norwegian distribution are from Elven’s last edition of Lids flora and are reliable. Not necessary to include specifications of the localities. The plant occurs sporadic and erratic on its localities.
Selinum carvifolium / check if comment is applicable to version 6a on public review site!
OK. The ? on the map for He is certainly not Selinum, but could be maintained as I already have written in a previous comment.
Bupleurum subovatum No Norwegian name is found for this plant.
Eryngium maritimum The official Norwegian name is “strandtorn”, not “strandstikle”. The name “stikle” is only used for the escaped garden species.
Eryngium giganteum The two communities Ak Asker and Bu Lier represent garden escapes. We do not know whether they will establish in future, but the species seems to expand in Asker. Reidar Elven mentioned at least three different occurrences in Asker.
Eryngium alpinum Anders Often at NINA confirmed the locality Ak Asker as an introduced plant for bee fodder.
Eryngium bourgatii No material seen in HbO, but Ro Forsand is mentioned by Elven in Lid. I consulted the the issue of Blyttia where the excursion is mentioned and found that the leader of the actual excursion was Svein Imsland. I wrote Svein Imsland, and you have got an answer from him.
Sanicula europaea Norway: OK!
Foeniculum vulgare Still no material in Norwegian herbaria from Ak, Te, and Tr. Elven in Lid & Lid (2005) writes Ak Oslo, Te Skien, Tr Tomsø. We have to rely on his observations.
Myrrhis odorata Norway: OK
Seseli libanotis Norway: OK