ⓘ Holwell Mouth is a 14.5 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest south-east of Nether Broughton in Leicestershire. It is common land. This marsh o ..

                                     

ⓘ Holwell Mouth

Holwell Mouth is a 14.5 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest south-east of Nether Broughton in Leicestershire. It is common land.

This marsh on Jurassic clay is in the valley of the River Smite, which runs through the site. There are also areas of grassland, bracken and woodland, and the diverse habitats support a range of birds and insects.

There is public access to the site.

                                     
  • homestead. The name Holwell however is of Old English origin meaning spring or stream in a hollow. This may refer to the spring at Holwell Mouth which is close
  • is often stated as being Holwell mouth a chalybeate or mineral spring. This lies in a wooded ravine to the north of Holwell and is now disused, but
  • November 2017. Holwell Mouth Common Land in England. Archived from the original on 13 November 2017. Retrieved 13 November 2017. Holwell Mouth citation
  • terrestrial microvertebrates from Charles Moore s Microlestes quarry, Holwell Somerset, UK Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 179 3 677 705
  • Burmeister 1838 Handb. Ent., Burm. 2: 536. Barry, Katherine L Gregory I. Holwell Marie E. Herberstein 2008 Female praying mantis use sexual cannibalism
  • of the Zoological Society of London. 69: 862 865. O Hanlon, James C. Holwell Gregory I. Herberstein, Marie E. 2014 Pollinator deception in the
  • from Clevedon and west of the village of Kingston Seymour. Close to the mouth on the Severn Estuary on land owned by Environment Agency and leased by
  • angel, eagle, lion, and bull - have been carved in relief around a dragon s mouth The church is part of a benefice with Anstey, Hormead, Meesden and Wyddial
  • Journal of Arachnology. 37 2 135 138. doi: 10.1636 T08 - 52.1. Barry, K.L., Holwell G.I. Herberstein, M.E. Female praying mantids use sexual cannibalism
  • 2015. Holwell Castle North Devon Archaeological Society. Archived from the original on 6 January 2008. Retrieved 3 January 2008. Holwell Castle Motte
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