Saproxylic Beetle County SQIs

The Saproxylic Coleoptera of Naddle Forest, Westmorland

SURREY SAPROXYLIC COLEOPTERA TOP SITES

Table  1. Dead wood sites in Surrey ranked according to  the Revised Index of Ecological Continuity  (rIEC) 

SITE No of qualifying species SQS SQI rIEC SQI rank
RICHMOND PARK 235 39% 1526 651 116 1st
ESHER COMMONS all time 262 48% 1506 577 107 3rd
ESHER COMMONS Post 1950 243 44% 1283 534 104  
ASHTEAD COMMON 222 37% 1300 585.6 92 2nd
BOOKHAM COMMON post 1950 174 29% 929 534 66 4th
BOX HILL 226 38% 1193 528 53? 5th
HATCHLANDS PARK 176 29% 882 501 74 6th
THURSLEY COMMONS 154 25% 733 476 47 7th
KEW GARDENS 124 19% 549 442.7 47 8th
CHIDDINGFOLD WOODS 171 28.5% 747 437 46 9th
HANKLEY COMMON 84 14% 338 402 23 10th
SHEEPLEAS- MOUNTAIN WOOD 107 17.5% 427 399 37 11th
PEPER HAROW PARK 130 21% 502 386 39 12th
ASH RANGES 125 22% 484 387 33 13th
FARNHAM PARK 114 19% 406 356 36 14th
FRENSHAM COMMON 78 14% 274 351 15 15th
CHOBHAM COMMON 87 14.5% 302 347 23 16th
HINDHEAD COMMON 91 15% 293 321 26 17th
NOWER WOOD 88 15% 253 287 17 18th

Table 2. The top ranking dead wood sites in North and East Hampshire

SITE No of qualifying species SQS SQI rIEC SQI rank
Harewood Forest 81   345 426 40 1st
Bramshott Chase 120   439 366 39 2nd
Rotherfield park 120   404 337 27  3rd
Woolmer Forest 100   330 330 22 4th
Southwood 97   317 327 19 5th
Ackender/Chawton Park 108   336 317 21 6th
Micheldever Forest 56   170 303 10 7th
 Bourley Woods  64    179  280  14  8th

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