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Penwith Moors Vascular Plant Survey (2019) (NECR341)

As a part of the evaluation of land within West Penwith as a potential Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) under the Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981, Natural England has identified five vascular plants as provisional designated features. These are:

Coral-necklace: Illecebrum verticillatum;
Pale Heath-violet: Viola lactea;
Yellow Centaury: Cicendia filiformis;
Pillwort: Pilularia globulifera;
Cornish Moneywort: Sibthorpia europaea.

This report summarises the results of a field-based survey by the author in spring/summer 2019 to confirm or otherwise the continued presence of these five species within the proposed SSSI and/or adjacent areas which could be included within the proposed SSSI boundary.

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NECR341 Report 1: Penwith Moors vascular plant survey 2019, PDF, 16.3 MB 2021/01/14


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