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Species Recorded at Colliers Wood up to 1st January 2009


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Species Recorded at Colliers Wood

up to 1st January 2009
Indicators referring to biodiversity listings:

1 denotes species on the UK Biodiversity Action Plan Long List

2 denotes species ‘added’ to Notts. Local Biodiversity Action Plan version of the ‘Long List’ because they are particularly characteristic of the County or because local populations are in decline

3 indicates species that were recorded in 9 or fewer localities within the County, or, species considered particularly characteristic of Nottinghamshire, or popular with local people

B indicates species listed in The Nature Conservation Strategy for the Borough of Broxtowe as requiring habitat protection, or, of conservation concern within the borough
Plantea – trees and shrubs

Common Name




Alder, common

Alnus glutinosa

Apple, cultivated

Malus domestica

Ash

Fraxinus excelsior

Aspen

Populus tremula

Blackthorn

Prunus spinosa

Bramble

Rubus fruiticosus

Broom

Sarothamnus scoparius

Buckthorn, alder

Frangula alnus

Cherry, wild

Prunus avium

Elder

Sambucus nigra

Gorse

Ulex europaeus

Hawthorn

Crataegus monogyna

Hazel

Corylus avellana

Holly

Ilex aquifolium

Larch, European

Larix decidua

Lime, silver

Tilia tomentosa

Maple, field

Acer campestre



trees and shrubs continued

Common Name




Oak, English

Quercus robur

Rose, dog

Rosa canina

Rose, guelder

Viburnum opulus

Rowan

Sorbus aucuparia

Scots pine

Pinus sylvestris

Silver birch

Betula pendula

Sycamore

Acer pseudoplatanus

Willow, crack

Salix fragilis

Willow, goat

Salix caprea







Plantea – wild flowers

Common Name




Bedstraw, yellow (Lady’s)

Galium verum

Binweed, field

Convolvulus arvensis

Bindweed, larger

Calystegia sepium

Bluebell1 B

Endymion non-scriptus

Burnet, great

Sanguisorba officinalis

Burnet, salad

Sanguisorba mino

Butterbur

Petasites hybridus

Buttercup, creeping

Ranunculus repens

Buttercup, meadow

Ranunculus acris

Campion, white

Melandrium album

Carrot, wild3

Daucus carota

Celandine, greater

Chelidonium majus

Celandine, lesser

Ranunculus ficaria

Centaury, common

Centaurium minus

Chickweed

Stellaria media


wildflowers continued

Common Name




Chickweed, mouse-ear

Cerastium vulgatum

Chicory3

Cichorium intybus

Clover, alsike

Trifolium hybidum

Clover, red

Trifolium pratense

Clover, white

Trifolium repens

Coltsfoot

Tussilago farfara

Comfrey

Symphytum officinale

Crocus –garden escape

Crocus

Daffodil –garden escape

Narcissus

Daisy

Bellis perennis

Daisy, ox-eye

Chrysanthemum leucanthemum

Dandelion

Taxaxacum officinale

Deadnettle, red

Lamium purpureum

Deadnettle, white

Lamium album

Devilsbit scabious

Succisa pratensis

Dock, broad-leaved

Rimex obtusifolius

Dock, curled

Rumex crispus

Dock, sharp

Rumex conglomeratus

Feverfew

Chrysanthermum parthenium

Flag, yellow

Iris pseudaconus

Forgetmenot, common

Myosotis arvensis

Foxglove

Digitalis purpurea

Goats-beard

Tragopogon pratensis

Goosefoot, white

Chenopodium album

Goosegrass

Galium aparine

Groundsel, common

Senecio vulgaris

Hawkbit, autumnal

Leontodon autumnalis

Hawkbit, rough

Leontodon hispidus



wildflowers continued

Common Name




Hawk’s-beard, smooth3

Crepis capillaris

Heather

Calluna vulgaris

Herb Bennett

Geum urbanum

Herb Robert

Geranium robertianum

Hogweed

Heracieum sphondylium

Honeysuckle

Lonicera periclymenum

Horsetail, common

Equisetum arvense

Ivy

Hedera helix

Knapweed, lesser

Centaurea nigra

Lady’s bedstraw

Galium verum

Lady’s mantle

Alchemilla vulgaris

Lady’s smock

Cardamine pratensis

Loosestrife, purple

Lythrum salicaria

Lords and Ladies

Arum maculatum

Lupin –garden escape

Lupinus polyphyllus

Mayweed, scentless

Tripleursopermum inodorum

Meadow-sweet

Filipendula ulmaria

Medick, black

Medicago lupulina

Melilot, common

Melilotus officinalis

Melilot, tall

Melilotus altissima

Melilot, white

Melilotus alba

Mugwort

Artemesia vulgaris

Mustard, black

Brassica nigra

Mustard, garlic

Alliaria petiolata

Mustard, hedge

Sisymbrium officinale

Nettle, red dead

Lamium purpureum

Nettle, stinging

Urtica dioica

Nightshade, black

Solanum nigrum

Nightshade, woody

Solanum dulcamara

wildflowers continued

Common Name




Orchid, common spotted

Dactylorhiza fuchsil

Orchid, southern marsh

Dactylorhiza praetermissa

Ox-tongue, bristly

Picris echioides

Parsley, cow

Anthriscus sylvestris

Persicaria, spotted

Polygonum persicaria

Pimpernel, scarlet3

Anagallis arvensis

Plantain, greater

Plantago major

Plantain, hoary

Plantago media

Plantain. Ratstail

Plantago major

Plantain, ribwort

Plantago lanceolata

Poppy, field

Papaver rhoeas

Primrose

Primula vulgaris

Ragged Robin

Lychnis flos-cuculi

Ragwort, common

Senecio jacobaea

Ransons

Allium ursinum

Rattle, yellow

Rhinanthus minor

Reedmace, false bulrush

Typha latifolia

Self-heal

Prunella vulgaris

Shepherd’s purse

Capsella bursa-pastoris

Skullcap, common

Salvia pratensis

Snowdrop

Galanthus nivalis

Sorrel, common

Rumex acetosa

Sowthistle, common

Sonchus arvensis

Speedwell, field3

Veronica persica

Spurge, wood

Euphorbia amygdaloides

Stitchwort, lesser3

Stellaria graminea

St. John’s wort, common

Hypericum perforatum

Teasel

Dipsacus fullonum

Thistle, creeping

Cirsium arvense

wildflowers continued

Common Name




Thistle, spear

Cirsium vulgare

Toadflax, common

Linaria vulgaris

Trefoil, birdsfoot

Lotus corniculatus

Trefoil, hop

Trifolium campestre

Vetch, common

Vicia sativa

Vetch, tufted

Vicia cracca

Vetchling, meadow

Lathyrus pratensis

Violet, common dog

Viola riviniana

Willow-herb, hairy (great)

Epilobium hirsutum

Willow-herb, rosebay

Chamaenerion angustifolium

Woodruff

Galium odoratum

Woundwort, hedge

Stachys sylvatica

Yarrow

Achillea millefolium

Plantea – Grasses – monocotyledons & pteridophytes

Common Name




Bent-grass, creeping

Agrostis stolonifera

Cocksfoot

Dactylis glomerata

Couch grass, common

Elymus repens

Dogstail, crested

Cynosurus cristatus

Fescue, red

Festuca ruba

Foxtail, marsh

Alopecurus geniculatus

Meadow-grass, annual

Poa annual

Meadow-grass, rough

Poa trivialis

Meadow-grass, smooth

Poa pratensis

Oat, wild

Avena fatua

Oat-grass, false

Arrhenatheruml elatius

Rye-grass, perennial

Lolium perenne

Timothy

Phleum pratense


grasses continued

Common Name




Tufted hair

Deschampsia cespitosa

Yorkshire fog

Holcus lanatus







Horsetail, common

Equisetum arvense







Bulrush (Club-rush),




common

Scirpus lacustris

Reedmace

Typha latifolia

Rush, common spike

Eleocharis palustris

Rush, hard

Juncus inflexus

Rush, soft

Juncus effusus

Sedge, glaucous

Carex flacca







Plantea – Bryophytes

Common Name




Moss

Leptodichtium

Moss

Rhytidiadelphus squarrosus

Plantea – Fungi

Common Name




Field mushroom

Agaricus campestris

Fairies’ bonnets

Coprinus disseminatus

Fly agaric

Amanita muscaria

Ink cap, glistening

Coprinus micaseus

Ink cap, shaggy

Coprinus comatus

Puffball, common

Lycoperdon perlatum

Puffball, pestle

Calvatia excipuliformis













Invertebrates - Molluscs

Common Name




Slug, black

Arion ater

Slug, brown

Arion ater

Snail




Invertebrates - Arthropods

Common Name




Blue, common

Polyommatus icarus

Blue, holly

Celastrina argiolus

Blue, small

Cupido minimus

Cinnabar

Tyria jacobaeae

Gatekeeper

Pyronia tithomus

Meadow brown

Maniola jurtina

Orange-tip

Anthocharis cardamines

Painted lady

Cynthia cardui

Peacock

Inachis io

Red admiral

Vanessa atalanta

Ringlet

Aphantopus hyperantus

Skipper, small

Thymelicus sylvestris

Small heath

Coenonympha pamphilus

Speckled wood

Pararge aegeria

Tortoiseshell, small

Aglais urticae

White, green-veined

Pieris napi

White, large

Pieris brassicae

White, small

Pieris rapae







Common darter

Sympetrum

Blue-tailed damselfly

Ischnura pumilio







Ladybird, 7 spotted

Coccinella 7-punctata

invertebrates continued

Orb-weaver, bankside

Lariniodes cornutus

Grasshopper




Bumble bee

Bombus terrestris

Vertebrates – Aves

Common Name




Blackbird 2 B

Turdus merula

Blackcap1

Sylvia atricapilla

Bullfinch1 B

Pyrrhula pyrrhula

Bunting, corn1

Millaria calandra

Buzzard, common

Buteo buteo

Chaffinch

Fringilla coelebs

Chiffchaff1

Phylloscopus collybita

Coot

Fulica atra

Crow, carrion

Corvus corone

Dove, collared

Streptopelia decaocto

Duck, ruddy

Oxyura jamaicensis

Duck, tufted1

Aythya fuligula

Fieldfare1 B

Turdus pilaris

Goldfinch1

Carduelis carduelis

Goose, Canada

Branta canadensis

Goose, greylag

Anser anser

Greenfinch1

Carduelis chloris

Gull, black-headed

Larus ridibundus

Gull, common

Larus canus

Heron, grey 2

Ardea cinerea

Jackdaw

Corvus monedula

Jay

Garrulus glandarius

Kestrel1 B

Falco tinnunculuc

Kingfisher1

Alcedo atthis


aves continued

Common Name




Lapwing1 B

Vanellus vanellus

Magpie

Pica pica

Mallard1

Anas platyrhynchos

Martin, house1

Delichon urbica

Moorhen

Gallimula chioropus

Owl, tawny1

Strix aluco

Partridge, grey1 B

Perdix perdix

Pheasant, common

Phasianus colchicus

Pochard B

Aythya ferina

Redpoll

Carduelis flammea

Robin

Erithacus rubecula

Rook

Corrus frugilegus

Siskin

Carduelis spinus

Skylark1 B

Alanda arvensis

Snipe, jack1 B

Lymnocryptes minimus

Sparrow, tree1 B

Passer montanus

Sparrowhawk1

Accipiter nisus

Starling 2

Sturnus vulgais

Swallow1 B

Hilundo rustica

Swan, mute1

Cygnus olor

Thrush, mistle

Turdus viscivorus

Thrush, song1 B

Turdus philomelos

Tit, blue1

Parus caeruleus

Tit, coal1

Parus ater

Tit, great1

Parus major

Tit, long-tailed

Aegithalos caudatus

Wagtail, grey1

Motacilla cinerea

Wagtail, pied1

Motacilla alba

Warbler, garden1

Sylvia borin

aves continued

Common Name




Warbler, reed1

Acrocephalus scirpaceus

Warbler, willow1

Phylloscopus trochilus

Warbler, wood1

Phylloscopus sibilatrix

Waxwing1

Bombycilla garrulus

Woodpecker, greater




spotted1

Dendrocopos major

Woodpecker, green1 B

Picus viridis

Woodpigeon

Columba palumbus

Wren

Troglodytes troglodytes

Yellowhammer1

Emberiza citrinella







Vertebrates – Mammals

Common Name




Fox

Vulpes vulpes

Hare, brown B

Lepus europaeus

Mole

Talpa europaea

Rat, brown

Rattus norvegicus

Rabbit

Oryctolagus cuniculus

Shrew




Squirrel, grey

Sciurus carolinensis

Vole, bank

Clethrionomys glareolus

Vertebrates – Reptillia and Amphibia

Common Name




Frog, common1 B

Rana temporaria

Newt, smooth1 B

Triturus vulgaris

Toad, common1 B

Bufo bufo


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