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Baltic Stonewort Chara baltica

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Bearded Stonewort Chara canescens

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Convergent Stonewort Chara connivens

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Lesser Bearded Stonewort Chara curta

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Intermediate Stonewort Chara intermedia

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Slender Stonewort Nitella gracilis

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FUNGI AND LOWER PLANTS: CHAROPHYTES

Species

Extinct or probably extinct in Norfolk

Present or absent in Norfolk

Spp. New to National BAP List

No. of records in database

No. of 1km squares recorded since 1980

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Possible other sources of data sets

Other survey work completed or in progress

Known from five sites in Britain., and one part of Hickling Broad. Last record 1965. Classified RDB Vulnerable Norfolk Group Action Plan published January 2008.

Classified Endangered. Present distribution unknown – rarely occurs in any site more than once.

Norfolk B.A. Plan “could be reintroduced to the Broads” Known from 3 sites near Peterborough, and recorded from Hickling Broad but not since 1954 Classified RDB Endangered Norfolk Group Action Plan published January 2008.

Heigham Sound, Hickling Broad, Martham Broad. Classified Endangered Norfolk Group Action Plan published January 2008.

Foulden, Langmere, Lopham. Last record 1961. Once widespread in East Anglia, it is now thought to be extinct in the Fens. Classified Near Threatened

Stephen Lambert found this species in Hickling Broad and Horsey Mere Reserve in the course of his PhD thesis 2004- 2005. Norfolk Group Action Plan published January 2008. New to BAP Species List June 2007

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