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HYMENOPTERA -

Spp.

Spp. New to

Bees

Considered

National

Extinct

BAP List

Species

Present or absent in Norfolk

records in

squares

database

recorded

since 1980

No. of

No. of 1km Possible other sources

of data sets

Other survey work completed or in progress

Great Yellow Bumblebee Bombus distinguendus

A

1

-

Brown-banded Carder-bee Bombus humilis

P

31

3

Moss Carder-bee Bombus muscorum

P

14

3

Red-shanked Carder-bee Bombus ruderarius

P

128

5

Large Garden Bumblebee Bombus ruderatus

P

15

1

County Recorder

Short-haired Bumblebee Bombus subterraneus

A

1

-

27

Comments

Last Norfolk record in 1876 – Considered extinct in Norfolk. Nationally Scarce, considered extinct in England. Current UK Species Action Plan. Associated with extensive areas of meadowland supporting a large number of plant species with long corolla flower types. Marked decline in UK - Loss of extensive, herb-rich grasslands. Current UK Species Action Plan Associated with extensive areas of meadowland supporting a large number of plant species with long corolla flower types. Marked decline in UK - Loss of extensive, herb-rich grasslands. Generally associated with coastal habitats but does occur inland, mainly on dry heath environments. Marked decline in UK – Habitat loss and degradation New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Formerly common in many habitat types, including gardens. Marked decline in UK – Causes unclear as the species is not a dietary specialist nor is it close to the limit of it’s geographical range. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Nationally Scarce. Current UK Species Action Plan. Associated with extensive areas of meadowland supporting a large number of plant species with long corolla flower types. Marked decline in UK - Loss of extensive, herb-rich grasslands. Nationally Scarce. Current UK Species Action Plan. Only one county record (1923, Hunstanton). Considered extinct in Norfolk. Associated with extensive areas of grassland, including dunes and coastal shingle, supporting a large number of plant species with long corolla flower types. Declining - Loss of extensive, herb-rich grasslands.

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