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G Open Water

G1 G2 G11 G21 G12 G22 G13 G23 G14 G24 G15 G25 G16 G26

H Coastland

H6 H61

H62

H63

H64

H65 H66 H67 H84 H85

I Rock Exposure & Waste

I

J Miscellaneous

J1 J11

J12

J13 J14

J2 J21 J22 J24 J25 J3

Sand dune Fore dune

Usually low & unstable on foreshore

Yellow dune

More stable between fore & grey dunes

Grey dune

Stable ridges, usually fully vegetated

Dune slack

Hollows between dunes, often marshy

Dune grassland Dune heath Dune scrub Coastal grassland Coastal heath

Tall grass on consolidated dunes Heath on consolidated dunes Scrub on consolidated dunes Grassland with maritime species Heath with maritime species

Standing water Running water Eutrophic standing or running water Mesotrophic standing or running water Oligotrophic standing or running water Dysotrophic standing or running water Marl standing or running water

Often discoloured by algae, muddy substrate As above but many macrophytes present Usually clear with few macrophytes present Usually stained peat- brown Usually very clear

Brackish standing or running water

Coastal lagoons or tidal channels

Cultivated/disturbed land Arable

Fields, flowerbeds and ploughed land

Amenity grassland

Lawns, parks and playing fields

Ephemeral Introduced shrub

Derelict urban sites, quarries etc.

Non-native shrubs, formal shrub beds

Exposed rock surfaces

May have mosses, lichens & ferns

Boundaries Intact hedge Defunct hedge Fence Wall Built-up areas

Stock-proof With gaps, not stock-proof Wooden

Urban habitats not already covered

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