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Paul graduated with a first class honours degree in botany from the University of Bristol in 1981. He went on to gain a PhD in vascular plant systematics. In 1990 he became an ecological consultant, providing advice on the mitigation of large civil engineering projects. He has since carried out work for various organisations, including SSSI condition assessments for Natural England.

Paul has studied the flora of the UK for over 40 years, covering sites from the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall to the Keen of Hamar in north Shetland. Currently based in the Cotswolds, he now carries out botanical work throughout the Country and teaches ecological impact assessment and wildlife conservation issues for the University of Bristol. With a practical, post A-level knowledge of Spanish language, he also teaches subtropical botany in the Canary Islands.

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