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Red-horned Cardinal Click Beetle Ampedus rufipennis

A

-

-

Heath Short-spur Anisodactylus nemorivagus

A

-

-

Chestnut Click Beetle Anostirus castaneus

A

-

-

Scarce Four-dot Pin-palp Bembidion quadripustulatum

P

1

1

Ground Beetle Recording Scheme

Pale Pin-palp Bembidion testaceum

A

-

-

Ground Beetle Recording Scheme

One-grooved Diving Beetle Bidessus unistriatus

P

23

3

Poplar Leaf-rolling Weevil Byctiscus populi

A

-

-

Present

No. of

No. of 1km

or

records in

squares

absent

database

recorded

in

since 1980

Old County records only. Probably not present since 19th Century. Considered extinct in Norfolk. Declining – Habitat loss Grouped action plan for saproxylic beetles Old county records only (c.1912). Considered extinct in Norfolk. Declining - Loss and fragmentation of heathland. Inappropriate heathland management, leading to loss of open ground and scrub encroachment. Old county records only (pre 1830). Considered extinct in Norfolk. Declining – Unknown reasons UK Species Action Plan One record – Holme Dunes (1996). Found primarily in coastal habitats although may be present in riverine sediments. Marked decline in UK – Habitat loss. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Old county records only (c. 1890). Considered extinct in Norfolk. Marked decline in UK – Habitat loss. Grouped action plan for river shingle beetles Two localities – STANTA and Catfield Fen. Declining - Water abstraction, agricultural improvement resulting in drainage and enrichment, cessation of traditional management techniques for reed fen in the Broads. No specimens were found during surveys by Geoff Nobes in 2007 at Catfield Great Fen and Mrs Myhill’s Marsh. Norfolk action plan in preparation. Old county records only (c 1890). Considered extinct in Norfolk. Declining - Loss of broadleaved woodland. Inappropriate woodland management. Decline of coppice management.

Possible other

Other survey

sources

work completed

of data sets

or in progress

Spp.

Spp. New to

COLEOPTERA -

considered

National

Beetles

extinct

BAP list

Comments

Species

Norfolk

30

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