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Species

Four-spotted Moth Tyta luctuosa

Oak Hook-tip Watsonalla binaria

Dusky Lemon Sallow Xanthia gilvago

The Sallow Xanthia icteritia

Dark-barred Twin-spot Carpet Xanthorhoe ferrugata

Heath Rustic Xestia agathina

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Present or absent in Norfolk

Nationally Scarce A. Current UK Species Action Plan. A grassland species which is typically found on south-facing banks on well-drained soils with sparse vegetation and bare earth. Declining - Loss of habitat due to agricultural intensification and development. Inappropriate grassland management. Found on scrub oak on heathland, woodland, fens, grassland and gardens. Marked decline in UK – Causes unclear. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 A local species found in broadleaved woodland, hedgerows and parkland containing elm trees (Ulmus spp). Marked decline in UK – Probably due to loss of habitat, particularly the loss of mature elms. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Occurs in a wide variety of habitats, where Populus and Salix spp occur, but most numerous in broadleaved woodland. Marked decline in UK – Causes unclear. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Occurs in a wide range of habitats, including gardens, woodland and fens. Marked decline in UK – Causes unclear. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Localised to acid heathland and moorland. Marked decline in UK – Causes unclear. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

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No. of 1km squares recorded since 1980

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