List name
Nationally Scarce. Includes Red Listed taxa
Owner
k.oliver@nbn.org.uk
List type
Conservation list
Description
Reporting category: Rare and scarce species (not based on IUCN criteria) Designation: Nationally Scarce. Includes Red Listed taxa Designation description: Nationally Scarce - Occurring in 16-100 hectads in Great Britain. Includes rare species qualifying under the main IUCN criteria
Date submitted
2017-01-27
Date updated
2022-09-16
Is private
No
Included in species pages
No
Authoritative
Yes
Invasive
No
Threatened
No
Part of the sensitive data service
No
Region
Not provided
Metadata link
https://registry.nbnatlas.org/public/show/dr648

5 Number of Taxa

5 Distinct Species

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Ptiolina obscura
Ptiolina obscura (Fallén, 1814)
Black-fringed Moss-snipefly
 
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Rhagio notatus
Rhagio notatus (Meigen, 1820)
Large Fleck-winged Snipefly
 
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Spania nigra
Spania nigra Meigen, 1830
Liverwort Snipefly
 
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Symphoromyia crassicornis
Symphoromyia crassicornis (Panzer, [1806])
Moorland Snipefly
 
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Symphoromyia immaculata
Symphoromyia immaculata (Meigen, 1804)
Limestone Snipefly
 
Action Supplied Name Scientific Name (matched) Image Author (matched) Common Name (matched)
Ptiolina obscura Ptiolina obscura (Fallén, 1814) Black-fringed Moss-snipefly
Rhagio notatus Rhagio notatus (Meigen, 1820) Large Fleck-winged Snipefly
Spania nigra Spania nigra Meigen, 1830 Liverwort Snipefly
Symphoromyia crassicornis Symphoromyia crassicornis (Panzer, [1806]) Moorland Snipefly
Symphoromyia immaculata Symphoromyia immaculata (Meigen, 1804) Limestone Snipefly
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