Reasons for the notification of the 24 Roadside Verge Nature Reserves designated in Rutland




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Reasons for the notification of the 24 Roadside Verge Nature Reserves designated in Rutland


The following is based on the results of the survey carried out in 1992/93 by the Ecology Unit, Leicestershire Museums, Arts and Records Service, culminating in

‘The Leicestershire Road Verges Survey Report 1992/93. The majority of these designated verges are notified because of the range of calcareous-loving plants

which they support, including some of the second abundance, more notable species in this table.




Verge




Parish




Reason for notification

Notes


RU.05.002

Barrowden








Glow-worm




RU.05.003

Barrowden


Knapweed Broomrape (Orobanche minor)

Glow-worm




RU.05.006

Barrowden


Dwarf Elder (Sambucus ebulus)







RU.05.007

Barrowden





Glow-worm




RU.05.008

Barrowden





Glow-worm




RU.17.042

Empingham

Clustered bellflower (Campanula glomerata), Wild Basil (Clinopodium vulgare), Knapweed Broomrape (Orobanche elatior)








RU.17.043

Empingham

Clustered Bellflower, (Campanula glomerata), Wild Basil (Clinopodium vulgare), Knapweed Broomrape (Orobanche elatior)








RU.18.049

Essendine



Glow-worm



Reasons for the notification of the 24 Roadside Verge Nature Reserves designated in Rutland


The following is based on the results of the survey carried out in 1992/93 by the Ecology Unit, Leicestershire Museums, Arts and Records Service, culminating in

‘The Leicestershire Road Verges Survey Report 1992/93. The majority of these designated verges are notified because of the range of calcareous-loving plants

which they support, including some of the second abundance, more notable species in this table.




Verge




Parish




Reason for notification

Notes


RU.18.050

Essendine



Glow-worm




RU.19.058

Exton

Clustered Bellflower, (Campanula glomerata), Wild Basil (Clinopodium vulgare), Knapweed Broomrape (Orobanche elatior)








RU.19.059

Exton

Clustered Bellflower, (Campanula glomerata), Wild Basil (Clinopodium vulgare), Knapweed Broomrape (Orobanche elatior)








RU.21.062

Great Casterton

Clustered Bellflower, (Campanula glomerata), Wild Basil (Clinopodium vulgare), Wild Marjoram (Origanum vulgare), Knapweed Broomrape (Orobanche elatior)








RU.21.063

Great Casterton

Clustered Bellflower, (Campanula glomerata), Common Rock Rose (Helianthemum nummularium), Wild Marjoram (Origanum vulgare), Knapweed Broomrape (Orobanche elatior)







Reasons for the notification of the 24 Roadside Verge Nature Reserves designated in Rutland


The following is based on the results of the survey carried out in 1992/93 by the Ecology Unit, Leicestershire Museums, Arts and Records Service, culminating in

‘The Leicestershire Road Verges Survey Report 1992/93. The majority of these designated verges are notified because of the range of calcareous-loving plants

which they support, including some of the second abundance, more notable species in this table.




Verge




Parish




Reason for notification

Notes


RU.21.064

Great Casterton

Tolethorpe Road Verges, Site of Special Scientific Interest





See also RU.21.065

RU.21.065

Great Casterton

Tolethorpe Road Verges, Site of Special Scientific Interest





See also RU.21.064

RU.22.068

Greetham



Bloody-nosed Beetle




RU.26.082

Ketton

Knapweed Broomrape (Orobanche elatior)








RU.43.105

Ryhall

Common Rock Rose (Helianthemum nummularium)








RU.43.111

Ryhall

Wild Liquorice (Astagalus glycyphyllos)

Imperforate St John’s-wort (Hypericum maculatum), Strawberry Clover (Trifolium fragiferum)




Bloody-nosed Beetle, Dark Bush-cricket

Speckled Bush-cricket









Reasons for the notification of the 24 Roadside Verge Nature Reserves designated in Rutland


The following is based on the results of the survey carried out in 1992/93 by the Ecology Unit, Leicestershire Museums, Arts and Records Service, culminating in

‘The Leicestershire Road Verges Survey Report 1992/93. The majority of these designated verges are notified because of the range of calcareous-loving plants

which they support, including some of the second abundance, more notable species in this table.



Verge




Parish




Reason for notification

Notes


RU.43.112

Ryhall

Wild Liquorice (Astagalus glycyphyllos)

Imperforate St John’s-wort (Hypericum maculatum)



Bloody-nosed beetle




RU.45.116

South Luffenham


Wild Basil (Clinopodium vulgare)







RU.49.122

Thistleton


Pepper-saxifrage (Silaum silaus)







RU.49.123

Thistleton


Pepper-saxifrage (Silaum silaus)







RU.51.124

Tickencote


Yellow-wort (Blackstonia perfoliata), Common spotted-orchid (Dactylorhiza fuchsii), Southern Marsh-orchid (Dactylorhiza praetermissa), Bee Orchid (Ophrys apifera), Eyebright (Euphrasia agg.), Long-stalked Crane’s Bill (Geranium columbinum)






S. Grover, 11th March, 1998



Ecology Unit, Leicestershire Museums, Arts and Records Service, 216 Birstall Road, Leicester LE4 4DG





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