Swinhopeburn wood, westgate, weardale, Co durham plant list




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SWINHOPEBURN WOOD, WESTGATE, WEARDALE, Co DURHAM

PLANT LIST

Species underlined are Ancient Woodland Indicator Species (source http://www.durhamlandscape.info)



Ajuga reptans Bugle JLDurkin 17.6.14

Achllea millefolium Yarrow Gordon Young 8.5.02

Alchemilla sp Lady's Mantle GY 8.5.02

Alliaria petiolata Garlic Mustard GY 8.5.02



Allium ursinum Ramsons JLD 17.6.14

Alopecurus pratensis Meadow Foxtail GY 17.6.14

Alnus glutinosa Alder JLD 17.6.14

Anthoxanthum odorarum Sweet Vernal-grass GY 8.5.02



Anemone nemorosa Wood Anemone GY 8.5.02

Angelica silvestris Wild Angelica JLD 17.6.14

Anthriscus sylvestris Cow Parsley JLD 17.6.14

Athyrium filix-femina Lady Fern JLD 17.6.14

Bellis perennis Daisy GY 8.5.02

Betula pubescens Downy Birch JLD 17.6.14

Blechnum spicant Hard Fern JLD 17.6.14

Calliriche stagnalis Common Water-starwort JLD 17.6.14

Caltha palustris Marsh-marigold JLD 17.6.14 Cardamine flexuosa Wavy Bitter-cress JLD 17.6.14

Cardamine pratensis Cuckooflower JLD 17.6.14

Carex flacca Glaucous Sedge GY 17.6.02

Carex nigra Common Sedge GY 8.5.02

Carex ovalis Oval Sedge GY 17.6.02

Carex palescens Pale Sedge JLD 17.6.14

Carex panicea Carnation Sedge GY 17.6.02

Carex pilulifera Pill Sedge GY 17.6.02

Carex sylvatica Wood-sedge JLD 17.6.14

Centaura nigra Common Knapweed JLD 17.6.14

Cerastium fontanum Common Mouse-ear GY 8.5.02

Chamerion augustifolium Rosebay Willowherb GY 19.6.02

Chrysosplenium oppositifoliumOpposite-leaved G. Saxifrage JLD 17.6.14

Cirsium arvense Creeping Thistle JLD 17.6.14

Cirsium heterophyllum Melancholy Thistle GY 8.5.02

Cirsium palustre Marsh Thistle JLD 17.6.14

Cirsium vulgare Spear Thistle GY 8.5.02

Conopodium majus Pignut JLD 17.6.14

Corylis avellana Hazel JLD 17.6.14

Crepis paludosa Marsh Hawk's-beard GY 17.6.02

Crataegus monogyna Hawthorn JLD 17.6.14

Cruciata laevipes Crosswort GY 8.5.02

Cynosurus cristatus Crested Dog's-tail JLD 17.6.14

Dactylis glomerata Cock's-foot JLD 17.6.14

Deschampsia cespitosa Tufted Hair-grass JLD 17.6.14

Deschampsia flexuosa Wavy Hair-grass JLD 17.6.14

Digitalis purpuria Foxglove GY 8.5.02



Dryopteris affinis Scaly Male-fern JLD 17.6.14

Dryopteris borreri Scaly Male-fern JLD 17.6.14

Dryopteris cambrensis Scaly Male-fern JLD 17.6.14

Dryopteris carthusiana Narrow Buckler-fern JLD 17.6.14

Dryopteris dilitata Broad Buckler-fern GY 8.5.02

Dryopteris filix-mas Male-fern JLD 17.6.14

Epilobium brunnescens NZ Willowherb GY 17.6.02

Equisetum arvense Field Horse-tail JLD 17.6.14

Equisetum telmateia Great Horsetail JLD 17.6.14

Filipendula ulmaria Meadow-sweet JLD 17.6.14

Fragaria vesca Wild strawberry JLD 17.6.14

Fraxinus excelsior Ash JLD 17.6.14

Galium aparine Cleavers JLD 17.6.14

Galium odoratum Woodruff JLD 17.6.14

Galium palustre Marsh Bedstraw JLD 17.6.14



Galium saxatile Heath Bedstraw JLD 17.6.14

Geranium robertianum Herb-Robert JLD 17.6.14

Geranium sylvaticum Wood Crane's-bill GY 19.6.02

Geum rivale Water Avens JLD 17.6.14

Glechoma hederacea Ground Ivy GY 19.6.02

Hedera helix Common Ivy JLD 17.6.14

Holcus mollis Creeping Soft-grass GY 8.5.02

Holcus lanatus Yorkshire Fog GY 19.6.02

Hyacinthoides non-scripta Bluebell JLD 17.6.14

Hypericum pulchrum Slender St John's Wort GY 17.6.02

Hypericum tetrapterum Square-stalked St John's-wortGY 8.5.02

Hypochoeris radicata Cat's-ear GY 17.6.14

Ilex aquifolium Holly JLD 17.6.14

Juncus articulatus Jointed Soft-rush GY 19.6.02

Juncus bulbosus Bulbous Rush GY 19.6.02

Juncus conglomeratus Compact Rush GY 19.6.02

Juncus effusus Soft-rush JLD 17.6.14

Juniperis communis Juniper JLD 17.6.14

Knautia arvensis Field Scabious GY 17.6.14

Lathraea squamaria Toothwort IDM

Lathyrus linifolius montanus Bittervetch JLD 17.6.14

Lathyrus pratensis Meadow Vetchling GY 17.6.14

Lonicera periclymenum Honeysuckle GY 17.6.02

Luzula campestris Field Wood-rush GY 8.5.02

Luzula multiflora Heath Wood-rush JLD 17.6.14

Luzula pilosa Hairy Wood-rush GY 8.5.02

Luzula sylvatica Great Wood-rush JLD 17.6.14

Lysimachia nemorum Yellow Pimpernel JLD 17.6.14

Melampyrum pratense Common Cow-wheat JLD 17.6.14

Melica uniflora Wood Melick JLD 17.6.14

Mercurialis perennis Dog's Mercury JLD 17.6.14

Moehringia trinervia Three-nerved Sandwort GY 8.5.02

Myosotis discolor Changing Forget-me-not GY 17.6.02

Myosotis sylvatica Wood Forget-me-not GY 8.5.02

Oreopteris limbosperma Lemon-scented Fern JLD 17.6.14

Oxallis acetosella Wood-sorrel JLD 17.6.14

Paris quadrifolia Herb-paris JLD 17.6.14

Picea abies Norway Spruce JLD 17.6.14

Picea stichensis Sitka Spruce GY 8.5.02

Plantago lanceolata Ribwort plantain GY 8.5.02



Poa nemoralis Wood meadow-grass JLD 17.6.14

Polygala serpyllifolia Heath Milkwort GY 8.5.02

Polypodium vulgare Polypody JLD 17.6.14

Polstichum aculeatum Hard Shield-fern GY 17.6.02

Potentilla erecta Tormentil JLD 17.6.14

Potentilla sterilis Barren Strawberry GY 8.5.02

Primula vulgaris Primrose JLD 17.6.14

Prunella vulgaris Selfheal GY 17.6.02

Prunus padus Bird Cherry JLD 17.6.14

Prunus spinosa Blackthorn JLD 17.6.14

Pteridium aquilinum Bracken JLD 17.6.14

Quercus petraea Sessile Oak JLD 17.6.14



Ranunculus auricomus Goldilocks Buttercup GY 8.5.02

Ranunculus repens Creeping Buttercup GY 8.5.02

Ranunculus ficaria Lesser Celandine GY 8.5.02

Rosa sp Rose sp GY 8.5.02

Rubus fruticosa agg Bramble JLD 17.6.14

Rubus idaeus Raspberry JLD 17.6.14

Rumex acetosa Common Sorrel JLD 17.6.14

Rumex obtusifolius Broad-leaved Dock JLD 17.6.14

Salix aurita Eared Willow JLD 17.6.14

Salix cinerea oleifolia Rusty Willow JLD 17.6.14

Sambucus nigra Elder JLD 17.6.14

Sanicula europaea Sanicle JLD 17.6.14

Schedonorus giganteus Giant Fescue JLD 17.6.14

Scrophulus nodosa Common Figwort JLD 17.6.14

Senecio jacobaea Common Ragwort GY 8.5.02

Silene dioica Red Campion JLD 17.6.14

Sorbus acuparia Rowan JLD 17.6.14

Stachys sylvatica Hedge Woundwort JLD 17.6.14

Stellaria graminea Lesser Stitchwort GY 17.6.02

Stellaria holostea Greater Stitchwort JLD 17.6.14

Stellaria uliginosa Bog Stitchwort GY 19.6.02

Taraxacum agg. Dandelion JLD 17.6.14

Tussilago farfara Coltsfoot JLD 17.6.14

Ulex europaeus Gorse JLD 17.6.14

Ulmus glabra Wych elm GY 17.6.14

Urtica dioica Common Nettle JLD 17.6.14

Vaccinium myrtillus Bilberry JLD 17.6.14

Valeriana dioica Marsh Valerian GY 8.5.02

Valeriana officinalis Common Valerian JLD 17.6.14

Veronica chamaedrys Germander Speedwell GY 8.5.02

Veronica beccabunga Brooklime GY 8.5.02



Veronica montana Wood Speedwell JLD 17.6.14

Veronica officinalis Heath Speedwell GY 17.6.02

Veronica serpillifolia Thyme-leaved Speedwell GY 17.6.02

Vicia sepium Bush Vetch GY 8.5.02

Viola lutea Mountain Pansy IDM

Viola riviniana Common Dog-violet JLD 17.6.14
Lichens

Peltigera horizontalis


Mosses

Eurhynchium praelongum Mrs C Irvine 8.5.02

Hylocomium splendens CI 8.5.02

Pseudoscleropodium purum CI 8.5.02

Hypnum cupressiforme CI 8.5.02

Thuidium tamariscinum CI 8.5.02

Dicranium scoparium CI 8.5.02

Rhytidiadelphus triquetrus CI 8.5.02

Rhytiadelphus squarrosus CI 8.5.02

Mnium hornum CI 8.5.02

Atrichum undulatum CI 8.5.02

Plagiomnium undulatum CI 8.5.02

Thamnobryum alopecurum CI 8.5.02

Rhizomnium punctatum CI 8.5.02

Fontinalis antipyretica CI 8.5.02

Funaria hygrometrica CI 8.5.02


Note

Both Gordon Young and Mrs Chris Irvine are from the Mid-week Botany Group of the Natural History Society of Northumbria which visited the site in May and June 2002.


Paris quadrifolia - in addition to John Durkin's record of 5 heads at NY90473684, there is a record from Andy Mclay, 2.5.09 of several plants beneath conifers at NY9050136919 which may be a different site.


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