Mole Gap to Reigate Escarpment SSSI - ASHURST ROUGH (013)
Staff member responsible: GEORGINA TERRY
Unit Id: 1008922
Unit area (ha): 80.9181
Unit Status: Live Gridref: TQ 184 521
Main habitat: CALCAREOUS GRASSLAND - Lowland
Condition and Comments (click for history): Favourable Assessed by: HOBBS, (RALPH)
Last assessed: 13/08/2009 Last assessment field visit: 13/08/2009
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Date of last site check: Last CSM assessment: 13/08/2009
Estimated year unit will go Favourable: Confidence in estimate:
Comment: Unit with large area (90%) of ash dominated woodland with field maple and occasional yew, beech and whitebeam, also occasional conifer and sycamore (<5%). Shrub layer includes holly , hazel, hawthorn and occasional box. Ground flora includes dogs mercury, bluebells and areas of bare ground due to dense canopy, occasional bramble and nettle. No signs of management, most breaks in canopy now filling with mainly native regeneration, plenty of fallen and standing deadwood. No negative indicators. The area of grassland within this unit has been grazed and shows signs of scrub removal although scrub remains at about 10% by area mainly at the edges of the grazed areas. Is very diverse in places with little tor grass and high % of forbs, including: Frequent rough hawkbit, eyebright, thyme, bird?s-foot trefoil and salad burnet. Occasional clustered bell flower, mouse-ear hawkweed, and dwarf thistle. Rare were carline thistle, burnett saxifrage, autumn lady?s-tresses, fairy flax, gentians and harebell. No negative indicators
Number of adverse condition reasons: 0
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