Wormley-Hoddesdonpark Wood South

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    Wormley-Hoddesdonpark Wood South
    Site of Special Scientific Interest
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    LocationHertfordshire
    Grid referenceTL331068
    InterestBiological
    Area192.5 hectares
    Notification1984
    Location mapMagic Map

    Wormley-Hoddesdonpark Wood South is a 192.5 hectare (475.6 acre) is a biological site of Special Scientific Interest near Cheshunt in Hertfordshire. It is part of Broxbourne Woods National Nature Reserve, and is listed in A Nature Conservation Review. Wormley Wood is owned and managed by the Woodland Trust.[1][2] The site is also a Special Area of Conservation.[3]

    The site is oak and hornbeam woodland mainly on London clay. Plants in the variable ground flora include brambles, wood anemones and bluebells. Other habitats include marshland and acidic grassland.[1]

    White Stubbs Lane runs along the northern edge of the site.

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    References

    1. ^ a b "Wormley-Hoddesdonpark Wood South citation" (PDF). Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Natural England. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
    2. ^ "Map of Wormley-Hoddesdonpark Wood South". Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Natural England. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
    3. ^ "Broxbourne Woods". Natural England. Retrieved 17 October 2015.

    Coordinates: 51°44′39″N 0°04′25″W / 51.7441°N 0.0735°W / 51.7441; -0.0735