Limonium procerum subsp. cambrense
A perennial herb of cliff ledges and steep S.- to S.W.-facing rocky cliff-slopes of Carboniferous limestone, with Limonium parvum and L. britannicum subsp. transcanalis as frequent associates. Lowland.
This taxon was not recognised at the time of the 1962 Atlas, but there is no evidence that any populations have been lost since it was first described in 1986. Old records of L. transwallianum from the coast between Stackpole and St Govans Head (Pembs.) are probably referable to this taxon.
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