Aconitum napellus

Range & Status

Native. European Temperate species. Believed to be native in north-eastern parts of south-west England and south-east Wales, though its native status needs confirmation (Cheffings & Farrell (Eds.), 2005).

Regional Distribution

Considered to be native at one site in north-east Cornwall (SS21). The majority of other records are doubtful and may be referable to the introduced A. x cammarum .

Habitat & Ecology

Grows on river banks that periodically flood, in or along the edges of woodland.

Threats

Unknown.

Conservation

The site where it is considered to be native in Cornwall is owned by the National Trust.