36 Pencaecrwn Road

Melin Mynach

Habitat de faune sauvage

Vue d'ensemble

Aucu vote pour l'instant.

To date casual observations alone have produced 40 bird, 42 invertebrate and 167 plant species at this important local wildlife site. Significant species include the Brown-banded Carder Bee (a Section 42 Priority species) along with 23 grassland SINC selection indicator species (exceeding the qualifying level of 20), these being Bee Orchid, Black Medick, Carrot, Cat's-ear, Common Bird's-foot-trefoil, Common Centaury,Chalk Knapweed, Common Whitlowgrass, Cuckoo-flower, Eyebright, Fairy Flax, Glaucous Sedge, Meadow Crane's-bill, Meadow Vetchling, Oxeye Daisy, Parsnip, Perforate St John's-wort, Red Clover, Sheep's Fescue, Southern Marsh-orchid, Spiked Sedge, Yellow Feather-moss and Yellow Rattle. A number of Section 42 / Red List bird species also occur at the site, e.g. Song Thrush, Bullfinch and Reed Bunting.

The site qualifies as a cSINC and I suggest it is considered for designation as such.


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A worthy addition to the map - thank you!



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A worthy addition to the map - thank you!

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