Edible Dormouse; Nr Berkhamsted, Herts; 1/NZ/1253
Edible DormouseAbout this object
The edible dormouse got its name because Romans enjoyed eating them. They were originally introduced from Europe to Tring in 1902 and have spread across six counties, including Hertfordshire.Field Collector
Environmental Health Dep., Dacorum DCField Collection Date
1982-01Field Collection Place Description
Nr Berkhamsted, HertsCollection
Letchworth MuseumCredit Line
S Carr, Environmental Health Department, North Hertfordshire District CouncilObject Type
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