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Old county records only (19th Century) – probable accidental import. Considered extinct in Norfolk.

Noble Chafer Gnorimus nobilis

in Norfolk

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Declining - Loss of habitat, especially through the grubbing out of old orchards and replacement of ancient decaying fruit trees. Loss of nectar and pollen sources through inappropriate management of orchard grassland. Use of chemical pesticides. Present on a few Breckland sites. Marked decline in UK - Loss of ruderal communities on disturbed sand, including field margins. Modern treatment of arable weeds through herbicide and seed cleaning. Norfolk Action Plan published February 2007.

Ground Beetle Recording Scheme

Old county records only (1883). Considered extinct in Norfolk.

Ground Beetle Recording Scheme

Found in coastal sand dunes although also recorded inland. Marked decline in UK – Habitat loss. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Old county records only (c. 1990). Considered extinct in Norfolk. Declining - Water abstraction, damage to headwater drainage systems, in particular associated with tourist development and road improvement. Reduction in grazing, resulting in scrub encroachment. Old county records only (19th Century). Considered extinct in Norfolk. Recent re-introduction attempt at East Wretham with stock from Cumbria still to be assessed ( cf. Geoff Nobes, Garth Foster). Marked decline in UK - Loss of unimproved pasture, damage to lakeside marginal pool complexes, inundation through impoundment for reservoirs. Accidental import in 1998. Found on scrubby ruderal grassland on fringes of heath. Marked decline in UK – Reasons unclear. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

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Brush-thighed Seed-eater Harpalus froelichi

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a Seed-eater Ground Beetle Harpalus melancholicus

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New Forest Mud Beetle Helophorus laticollis

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Oxbow Diving Beetle Hydroporus rufifrons

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Blue Plunderer Lebia cyanocephala

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