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Halling to Trottiscliffe Escarpment
Site of Special Scientific Interest
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Area of Search Kent
Interest Biological
Area 600.6 hectares (1,484 acres)
Notification 1984
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Halling to Trottiscliffe Escarpment is a 600.6-hectare (1,484-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest which runs from Cuxton to Wrotham, west of Rochester in Kent. It is a Nature Conservation Review site, Grade I. and a Special Area of Conservation.

This site on the North Downs has grassland and beech woodland on chalk soil. It is entomologically important, with uncommon insects such as the bug Psylla viburni, and it is the only known location in Britain for the moth Hypercallia citrinalis.

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