Glenfield Arboretum

    Wild places

    Total species seen at this site: 28

    Description

    This is now a mature woodland with figure of eight paths through it sometimes muddy. Some of the trees were planted as memorial trees. There is a sizeable pond in the south-west corner.

    Latest records

    Common Name Latin Name Date Recorded Recorded By
    Lords-and-LadiesArum maculatum04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    IvyHedera helix04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    MallardAnas platyrhynchos04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Wood AvensGeum urbanum04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Garlic MustardAlliaria petiolata04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Garden SnailCornu aspersum04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Harlequin LadybirdHarmonia axyridis04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Lesser CelandineFicaria verna04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Green Long-hornAdela reaumurella04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Green ShieldbugPalomena prasina04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    7 Spot LadybirdCoccinella septempunctata04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Lesser CelandineFicaria verna04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Common Dog-violetViola riviniana04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Red-tailed BumblebeeBombus lapidarius04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Harlequin LadybirdHarmonia axyridis04/05/2018Mike Higgott
    Getting There

    The 26, 27, 29, 40 and 120 buses all stop nearby. The site s near to County Hall

    Managed By
    Blaby District Council

    Group Common name Latin name Last seen
    Bees, Wasps, AntsRed-tailed BumblebeeBombus lapidarius04/05/2018
    Beetles7 Spot LadybirdCoccinella septempunctata04/05/2018
    BeetlesHarlequin LadybirdHarmonia axyridis04/05/2018
    Beetles14 Spot ladybirdPropylea quattuordecimpunctata04/05/2018
    BirdsMallardAnas platyrhynchos04/05/2018
    BirdsMoorhenGallinula chloropus05/05/2017
    BugsDock BugCoreus marginatus04/05/2018
    BugsGreen ShieldbugPalomena prasina03/05/2018
    BugsRhopalus subrufus04/05/2018
    EarwigsCommon European EarwigForficula auricularia04/05/2018
    Flies, Gnats and MidgesBee FlyBombylius major03/05/2018
    Flies, Gnats and MidgesYellow Dung FlyScathophaga stercoraria04/05/2018
    MothsGreen Long-hornAdela reaumurella04/05/2018
    Slugs & SnailsGarden SnailCornu aspersum04/05/2018
    Spiders, Harvestmen & MitesWalnut Orb WeaverNuctenea umbratica04/05/2018
    Trees, Shrubs & ClimbersIvyHedera helix04/05/2018
    WildflowersGarlic MustardAlliaria petiolata04/05/2018
    WildflowersLords-and-LadiesArum maculatum04/05/2018
    WildflowersLesser CelandineFicaria verna04/05/2018
    WildflowersWood AvensGeum urbanum04/05/2018
    WildflowersGround-ivyGlechoma hederacea04/05/2018
    WildflowersWhite Dead-nettleLamium album04/05/2018
    WildflowersRibwort PlantainPlantago lanceolata04/05/2018
    WildflowersCowslipPrimula veris04/05/2018
    WildflowersCommon NettleUrtica dioica04/05/2018
    WildflowersGermander SpeedwellVeronica chamaedrys04/05/2018
    WildflowersIvy-leaved SpeedwellVeronica hederifolia04/05/2018
    WildflowersCommon Dog-violetViola riviniana04/05/2018