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Species

Stag Beetle Lucanus cervus

Scarlet Malachite Beetle Malachius aeneus

a Click Beetle Megapenthes lugens

Sallow Guest Weevil Melanapion minimum

Black Oil Beetle Meloe proscarabaeus

Violet Oil Beetle Meloe violaceus

Eyed Longhorn Beetle Oberea oculata

Set-aside Downy-back Ophonus laticollis (= Harpalus punctatulus)

Present or absent in Norfolk

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Stag Beetle Recording Scheme, County Recorder

Bug Life

Some old records based on accidental introduction but several recent records, mainly in Norwich/Broads area. No current consensus on this species – some convinced any records are Lesser Stag. Only specimen or photographs will resolve the issue. Declining - Loss of habitat through the removal of stumps and other dead wood. Collection for sale may be a contributory factor. Old county records only (19th Century). Considered extinct in Norfolk. Declining – Causes unknown. Old county records only (20th Century). Considered extinct in Norfolk. Marked decline in UK - Loss or degradation of old woodlands and parklands, destruction and inappropriate management of veteran trees and loss of dead wood

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Widespread and locally common in the Broads. Declining – Causes unknown.

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Brecks site surveyed by Telfer in 2008

Formerly common. Strong colony discovered at East Harling Heath in 2005 where it continued to be common in 2007. Found on heaths, coastal cliffs and moors. Marked decline in UK – Possibly due to decline in host bee species. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Old county records only (19th Century). Primarily found in coastal habitats. Declining - Possibly due to decline in host bee species. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Old county records only (1890). Considered extinct in Norfolk. Declining – Causes unknown

Four sites since 1995 – Methwold, E. Beckham, Edgefield Woods and STANTA. 57 individuals found in 2008 on key site near Thetford. Marked decline in UK – Causes unknown. Norfolk Action Plan published February 2007.

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