Burroughs Wood, Ratby

    Wild places

    Total species seen at this site: 144

    Description

    Ratby Burroughs is in two parts: the southern part of fairly new plantations and the northern part, ancient woodlands with carpets of wood anemones and bluebells during the season. Both are part of the New National Forest.

    Latest records

    Common Name Latin Name Date Recorded Recorded By
    Common Cow-wheatMelampyrum pratense01/07/2019Rob Sayer
    HoneysuckleLonicera periclymenum15/04/2019David Nicholls
    Great BurnetSanguisorba officinalis15/04/2019David Nicholls
    SycamoreAcer pseudoplatanus15/04/2019David Nicholls
    Barren StrawberryPotentilla sterilis15/04/2019David Nicholls
    Wood SageTeucrium scorodonia15/04/2019David Nicholls
    Common Dog-violetViola riviniana15/04/2019David Nicholls
    Wood AvensGeum urbanum15/04/2019David Nicholls
    ChiffchaffPhylloscopus collybita15/04/2019David Nicholls
    Wood-sorrelOxalis acetosella15/04/2019David Nicholls
    Candlesnuff FungusXylaria hypoxylon13/12/2018David Nicholls
    King Alfred's CakesDaldinia concentrica13/12/2018David Nicholls
    Jelly Ear FungusAuricularia auricula-judae13/12/2018David Nicholls
    Snail HunterCychrus caraboides13/12/2018David Nicholls
    Crystal Brain FungusExidia nucleata13/12/2018David Nicholls