A total of 2,876 taxa have been recorded in Surrey at one time or another, although 54 of these taxa have not been recorded in the last 50 years. In the table below the 30 most widespread taxa are listed in descending order of the number of monads (out of 2,105 in Surrey) in which each plant is recorded. All counts are derived from MapMate (11/09/2018). Click on the Map button adjacent to the taxon of interest to view maps. Select Date Class of interest to view monad dstribution of the taxon of interest. You can also switch between Satelite (with or without Labels) and Atlas (with or without Terrain) as background views
Distribution maps of all taxa recorded in the British Isles can be found on the BSBI website. Distribution maps of all taxa recorded in Surrey (other than these widespread ones) are available on this website to SBS Members only.
Even the most widespread taxon Urtica dioica has only been recorded from 2,009 (95.4%) of the 2,105 monads in Surrey, suggesting that there is plenty of scope for recording it (and many more taxa) in a new monad.