Collyers Brook Nature Reserve

A small pond and associated streams originally used hundreds of years ago for breeding fish.

 

Site Name Collyers Brook Nature Reserve
Protection
  • Dorset Wildlife Trust
Interest
2
County Dorset
More Information https://www.dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk/nature-reserves/collyers-brook
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Collyers Brook Nature Reserve

Collyers Brook Nature Reserve

50.951593072954, -2.180848786466
Dorset Wildlife Trust
2
These are the habitat types that MAY be present on the site based on the species recorded there (top 10 only shown):
Phase 1 Habitat Types Description No of Species
A1.1

Broad-leaf Woodland

14
B3

Calcareous Grassland

13
A2

Scrub

11
A1.3

Mixed Woodland

9
F2

Water Margin & Inundation Vegetation

9
B2

Neutral Grassland

8
B5

Marsh/marshy Grassland

8
J1

Cultivated/disturbed land

8
E3

Fen and carr

7
H6

Sand Dunes

7
These are the number of species for NVC codes on the site - it DOES NOT mean that the NVC community is actually present on the site: it might be! (Top 10 only shown):
NVC Community Description No of Species
W08

Fraxinus excelsior - Acer campestre - Mercurialis perennis [Ash/Field Maple/Dog's Mercury] woodland

14
W09

Fraxinus excelsior - Sorbus aucuparia - Mercurialis perennis [Ash/Rowan/Dog's Mercury] woodland

14
W07

Alnus - Fraxinus - Lysimachia nemorum [Alder/Ash/Yellow Pimpernel] woodland

11
W10

Quercus robur - Pteridium aquilinum - Rubus fruticosus [Pedunculate Oak/Bracken/Bramble] woodland

10
W21

Crataegus monogyna - Hedera helix [Hawthorn/Ivy] scrub

9
MG05

Cynosurus cristatus - Centaurea nigra [Crested Dogs-tail/Black knapweed] grassland

9
MG01

Arrhenatherum elatius [False Oat-grass] grassland

8
W06

Alnus glutinosa - Urtica dioica [Alder/common nettle] woodland

7
W22

Prunus spinosa - Rubus fruticosus [Blackthorn/Bramble] scrub

6
M28

Iris pseudacorus - Filipendula ulmaria [Yellow Iris/Meadowsweet] mire

6
Site Diary
Diary Date Notes Project Click for records and photos
17-06-15

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The number of species recorded per species group: