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Aderyn :: What's in my Area? :: Search Results

Below are the results of your search for 1km grid square SN8626. Records are stored as polygons (based on their grid reference resolution). Only records stored at 1km or better resolution are returned. Species are ordered by category and then by scientific name.

The following 8 records matched your search from 8 different non-sensitive species. Search area 1.00 km2.
Any sensitive species within your search area will have been removed from the results. View the list of LERC Wales sensitive species here.
Species   Category Taxon Group Count First Recorded Last Recorded
Alauda arvensis (Skylark) CAT1 Birds 1 29/03/2019 29/03/2019
Locustella naevia (Grasshopper Warbler) CAT1 Birds 1 16/05/2004 05/06/2004
Carex montana (Soft-leaved Sedge) CAT2 Vascular Plants 1 01/08/1972 31/08/1972
Phylloscopus trochilus (Willow Warbler) CAT2 Birds 1 21/04/2019 21/04/2019
Rosa canina x sherardii = R. x rothschildii (Rose) CAT3 Vascular Plants 1 01/09/1978 30/09/1978
Saxicola rubetra (Whinchat) CAT3 Birds 1 22/06/2019 22/06/2019
Rosa sherardii (Sherard's Downy-rose) CAT4 Vascular Plants 1 01/09/1978 30/09/1978
Talpa europaea (Mole) CAT4 Mammals (terrestrial) 1 08/01/2002 08/01/2002
Autumn Crocus Willow warbler (Phylloscopus trochilus) Male hairy dragonfly (<i>Brachytron pratense</i>) exuvia Hedgehog (<i>Erinaceus europaeus</i>) Colletes hederae Ivy Bee Common Blue Damselfly Buff tailed bumblebee, Bombus terrestris Small tortoiseshell, Aglais urticae in crocus flower Southern Hawker Common Hawker Roe Deer Orange tip pair, Anthocharis cardamines Scarce blue-tailed damselfly, Ischnura pumilio Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary Hoverfly (<i>Criorhina floccosa</i>) Migrant Hawker Muslin moth (<i>Diaphora mendica<i>) Scarce blue-tailed damselfly, Ischnura pumilio Large Red Damselfly Meadow pippit (<i>Anthus pratensis</i>) Brachytron pratense Hairy dragonfly Violet oil beetle, Meloe violaceus Spotted longhorn beetle, Rutpela maculata on Meadowsweet, Filipendula ulmaria Micro moth (<i>Micropterix aruncella</i>) Apoderus coryli