Ulmus minor 'Hunnybunii'
The Field Elm cultivar Ulmus minor 'Hunnybunii' was originally identified as U. nitens var. Hunnybunii Moss by Moss , The Cambridge British Flora. 2: 90, 1914. 'Hunnybunii' was reputed to have been commonly planted in the parklands and hedgerows of Essex, Cambridgeshire, and Huntingdonshire in the UK before the advent of Dutch elm disease.
Moss described it as a taller tree than 'Sowerbyi', with the lower branches spreading at right angles, the upper less tortuous; leaves even more asymmetrical at the base, more acuminate at the apex. Melville considered it a hybrid of 'Coritana'. 
Pests and diseases
No mature specimens are known to survive.
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- "Herbarium specimen - WAG.1852691". Botany catalogues. Naturalis Biodiversity Center.
- "Herbarium specimen - WAG.1852692". Botany catalogues. Naturalis Biodiversity Center.
- "Herbarium specimen - WAG.1852755". Botany catalogues. Naturalis Biodiversity Center.