SITE 153 BRICKYARD MINERAL FIELD
There is no public access to this field.
Date: 2nd April 2003
This field has the disused Mineral Line, Site 154, running alongside one of its boundaries. The boundary with the Roadside Field Site 151 contains a good selection of trees which have been measured and are Trees 123-133 in this survey. There are also three other Trees 121, 122 and 134 at this site. It was a lovely sunny day and there were six Twin-spot Ladybirds on tree 121, these are the ones with shiny black wing cases and orange spots.
Tree 134 is in a very bad state and is on the edge of the Mineral Line.
This field is grazed pasture and a further visit will be needed to look at the flora.
Site 153 Working diagram of tree sites. April 2003
Site 153 Ancient Oak Tree 121 with a girth of 2.9m. Site 154 Mineral Line to the rear. March 2003
Site 153 looking towards Swithland. Tree 121 centre left. March 2003
Site 153 Ancient Oak Tree 122 with a girth of 2.2m. Site 154 Mineral Line to the rear. March 2003
Site 153 Hedgerow Boundary Trees right to left: Ancient Oak 123 with a girth of 4.3m; Ash Tree 124 with a girth of 2.6m; Oak Tree 125 with a girth of 2.3m; Ash Tree 126 with a girth of 3.0m; Oak Tree 127 with a girth of 2.5m; Oak Tree 128 with a girth of 2.4m; Oak Tree 129 with a girth of 2.9m; Ash Tree 130 with a girth of 3.1m; Ash Tree 131 with a girth of 3.2m; Oak Tree 132 with a girth of 1.7m; Oak Tree 133 with a girth of 3.3m. April 2003
Site 153 Hedgerow Boundary Trees left to right 123-133. April 2003
Site 153 Ancient Oak Tree 123 with a girth of 4.3m on the boundary with Site 151 Brickyard Farm Ridings Roadside Field. April 2003
Ancient Oak Tree 123 looking into Site 153. April 2003
Ancient Oak Tree 133 with a girth of 3.2m in Site 153. April 2003
Ancient Oak Tree 133 in the boundary hedgerow of Site 153. Site 154 Mineral Line to the rear. April 2003
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