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  • Cobweb beetle

    ...saproxylic’ animals. While Dutch elm disease was devastating for much wildlife, it created a temporary glut of habitat for species such as the Cobweb beetle....

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  • Upland oakwood

    ...saproxylic (dead wood) invertebrates. Fallen dead wood on the ground provides shelter and overwintering sites for adult ground beetles and the RDB Upland pill-woodlouse (Armadillidium pictum),as...

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  • Upland mixed ashwoods

    ...saproxylic (decaying wood) insects, especially flies. Other tree species are generally present in ancient woodland of this type, such as Wych elm, Bird cherry and Rowan. Base...

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  • Lowland wood pastures and parklands

    ...saproxylic fauna which includes some of the most threatened British invertebrates. Tidiness and over-zealous removal of dead wood and felling of trees on the grounds...

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  • Lowland beech and yew woodland

    ...saproxylic invertebrates, that is, those that require dead wood for all or part of their life cycle. BAP Priority species include the Violet click beetle...

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