Invertebrate Survey

On this page you will find the invertebrate survey conducted by Edward Milner carried out in 2009/2010.

The survey shows the abundance of spiders and beetles that live on the woodland floor and also shows some rare finds, including: a pseudoscorpion spider;

a pseudoscorpion
Pseudoscorpion (Roncus lubricus)
A pseudoscorpion (Pselaphochernes-dubius)
Pselaphochernes-dubius (Pseudoscorpion)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the very rare Lesser gloworm.

the lesser glow worm
Phosphaenus hemipterus (Lesser glow worm)

and three nationally notable species of beetle.

Platyderus depressus (a type of ground beetle
Platyderus depressus (a type of ground beetle)
Athous campyloides (a click beetle)
Athous campyloides (a click beetle)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read the full report to find out all the fascinating information surrounding the survey.

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