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Heydon Roadverge, TL431407

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Status: Other/unknown
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Summary: Calcareous grassland verge with rich flora, a small oasis in an arable landscape. A nearby small chalk pit is also important at approx. TL432409. Although in modern Cambridgeshire, these are both in Vice County 19 (North Essex).

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Reason for interest: Plentiful Cowslip, Small Scabious and various flower resources for bees and other insects, also important for ground dwelling invertebrates including spiders

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