Southey and Gotleigh Moors
|Site of Special Scientific Interest|
|Area of Search||Somerset and Devon|
|Area||81.3 hectares (0.813 km2; 0.314 sq mi)|
|Natural England website|
Southey and Gotleigh Moors is a mosaic of valley mire, acid-marsh grassland and alder-birch carr. The diversity of the site is enhanced by the presence of the Bolham River and small areas of standing water which increase the amphibian and invertebrate interest. The nationally scarce leaf beetle (Phyllobrotica quadrimaculata) has been found here.
- "Southey and Gotleigh Moors" (PDF). English Nature. Retrieved 2006-08-21.
- "Southey and Gotleigh Moors". UK Garden Designer. Retrieved 2006-08-21.
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