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Church wood & robsack wood local natu.

Church Wood & Robsack Wood Local Nature Reserve Biodiversity
Analysis (DRAFT)

Introduction
This document lists the status of biological records for Church Wood & Robsack Wood Local Nature
Reserve. A simple analysis of the records will show where there are gaps in the biodiversity
knowledge of the nature reserve and where resources should be prioritised for biological recording,
surveys and monitoring. A plan of biological recording is also suggested for Church Wood & Robsack
Wood Local Nature Reserve to ensure the biodiversity knowledge of the site is comprehensive, up-
to-date and accurate.
Previous Surveys & Monitoring
The following surveys are the source of most of the records for the nature reserve:
• Phase 1 habitat survey• SNCI assessment• Bumblebee Survey• Badger Sett Survey• Wildlife Events such as moth evenings• ad hoc surveys by visiting naturalists Biological Records
In total 685 records of 373 species are held for Church Wood & Robsack Wood Local Nature Reserve.
The list below shows the number of species and records for each taxonomic group recorded from
the nature reserve. Only records sent to the Hastings Borough Council and/or Sussex Biodiversity
Record Centre are included as these are the only records held in the official database of biological
records for the nature reserve and have been validated and checked for accuracy.
Beetles - 2 species, 2 records
Birds - 52 species, 52 records
Butterflies - 16 species, 17 records
Diptera - 1 species, 1 record
Fungi - 79 species, 82 records
Hymenoptera - 9 species, 18 records
Moths - 14 species, 14 records
Odonata - 12 species, 12 records
Orthoptera - 8 species, 8 records
Spiders - 19 species, 57 records
Vascular Plants - 161 species, 422 records
Future Biological Recording
It is clear that a great deal of work needs to be carried out to obtain a definitive and accurate
account of the biodiversity of Church Wood LNR.
The largest gap in knowledge is with invertebrates which make up the great majority of thebiodiversity of ancient woodland. Important groups to study within woodland, especially woodlandwith freshwater streams and springs is diptera. Most similar woodlands in Hastings have veryimportant diptera communities including the presence of UK BAP species such as Lipsothrix nervosa.
Other important groups that are important components of ancient woodland are moths, beetles andhymenoptera.
Other glaring gaps in biodiversity knowledge are the almost complete lack of records for mammalsand reptiles, although badger setts have been surveyed at the site this data is confidential.
Fungi are obviously an important group within the site with one of the largest fungi species lists forany site in Hastings but work is still required to provide a more comprehensive list.
Below is a provisional plan of biological recording for the nature reserve in order of priority (surveysrequiring employment of specialists consultants are marked with *): 1. One off invertebrate survey focusing on diptera, coleoptera, hymenoptera & araneae - 2. Regular moth monitoring using MV lights - All year (April - October)3. One off dormouse survey using tubes - April to September*4. Annual breeding bird monitoring - May/June*5. Annual plant monitoring of meadow area and coralroot bittercress - April to July6. One off fungi survey - ?*7. Regular recording of mammal sightings - All year8. Regular recording of bird sightings - All year9. Regular recording of reptile & amphibian sightings - Mar to October 10. Annual Orthoptera monitoring - August/September11. Re-survey of badger setts*12. One off bryophyte survey*13. One off small mammal survey using traps* All future records need to be added to the official database of biodiversity records for Hastingseither via adding sightings to wildhastings.org.uk, via online spreadsheets or via email to HBC in aspreadsheet. All future records will be checked, validated and then uploaded to the NBN gateway.
Appendix 1
Species Lists (In alphabetical order of scientific name per taxonomic group)
Metoecus paradoxus Wasp-nest BeetleStenolophus comma Agaricus arvensisAgaricus augustusAgaricus campestrisAgaricus placomycesAmanita citrinaAmanita fulvaAmanita muscariaAmanita pantherinaAmanita phalloidesAmanita rubescens Armillaria melleaBolbitius vitellinusBoletus aereusBoletus appendiculatusBoletus edulisBoletus erythropusClavulina cristataClitocybe geotropaClitocybe nebularisClitocybe phyllophilaClitopilus prunulusCoprinus comatusCoprinus lagopusCoprinus micaceusCoprinus picaceusCoprinus plicatilisCortinarius pseudosalorCrepidotus variabilisDaedaleopsis confragosaFistulina hepaticaGymnopilus junoniusHebeloma crustuliniformeHydnum repandumHygrocybe pratensisHymenochaete rubiginosaHypholoma fasciculareLaccaria laccataLactarius circellatusLactarius deterrimusLactarius quietusLactarius rufusLactarius subdulcisLactarius tabidusLactarius turpisLaetiporus sulphureusLeccinum scabrumLepiota friesiiLepista nudaLycoperdon perlatumLycoperdon pyriformeMacrolepiota proceraMacrolepiota rhacodesMarasmius rotulaMycena crocataMycena galopusMycena inclinataPaxillus involutusPhallus impudicusPholiota squarrosaPiptoporus betulinusPsathyrella candolleanaPsilocybe semilanceataRamaria strictaRussula brunneoviolaceaRussula cyanoxanthaRussula delicaRussula gracillimaRussula nigricans Russula ochroleucaRussula sororiaScleroderma citrinumScleroderma verrucosumStereum hirsutumStereum rugosumSuillus grevilleiTremella mesentericaTricholoma sulphureumTricholomopsis rutilansVolvariella speciosa Ceratinella scabrosaDictyna arundinaceaDiplocephalus picinusEpisinus angulatusHahnia montanaLepthyphantes tenuisLinyphia hortensisMicroneta viariaMonocephalus fuscipesNeon reticulatusNeriene peltataPaidiscura pallensPardosa nigricepsPardosa saltansPisaura mirabilisTegenaria silvestrisTrochosa terricolaXysticus cristatusZilla diodia Lords-and-ladies / Cuckoo Pint / Wild Arum Cardamine bulbifera
Coralroot
[Scarce]
Pendulus Sedge / Drooping Sedge / Pendulous Sedge Common Knapweed / Black Knapweed / Hardhead Enchanter's-nightshade / Common Enchanter's Nightshade Perforate St. John's-wort / Common St. John's Wort Slender St. John's-wort / Elegant St. John's Wort

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