Stoneywell National Trust
- Selected Wild Place = PINK
- Other Wild Places = RED
- Public Rights of Way = GREEN
- VC55 boundary = BLUE
See the NT link here.
Total species seen at this site: 122
This delightful arts and crafts cottage is nestled into a Charnwood hillside amidst acid grassland and shrubs. There is also a large semi-natural oak woodland which is open to visitors.
The garden is semi-natural and has much wildlife interest. The bird feeders by the house and cafe attract Coal Tits and Nuthatches as well as a range of other species. The grassland contains a number of interesting floral species, including Pignut. Invertebrates abound and Stoneywell is one of the very few places in Leicestershire where the spectacular Ashy-grey Slug has been found.
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|Common Name||Latin Name||Date Recorded||Recorded By|
|Yellow-barred Long-horn||Nemophora degeerella||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Arion ater agg.||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Dusky Slug||Arion subfuscus||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Heath Bedstraw||Galium saxatile||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Striped Millipede||Ommatoiulus sabulosus||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Pignut||Conopodium majus||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Platybunus triangularis||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Wood Sage||Teucrium scorodonia||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Wood-sorrel||Oxalis acetosella||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Minettia inusta||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Formica lemani||13/06/2019||David Nicholls|
|Pine Ladybird||Exochomus quadripustulatus||21/08/2018||David Nicholls|
|Alder Tongue||Taphrina alni||21/08/2018||David Nicholls|
|Heath Bedstraw||Galium saxatile||21/08/2018||David Nicholls|