Synonyms for erichsoni or Related words with erichsoni
Examples of "erichsoni"
is a species of ground beetle in the genus "Neocollyris" in the family Carabidae. It was described by Horn in 1892.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Martins in 1979. It is known from Peru and Ecuador.
As a result of their wetland nature, the Moors and Levels contain a rich biodiversity of national and international importance. They support a vast variety of plant species, including common plants such as marsh marigold, meadowsweet, and ragged robin. The area is an important feeding ground for birds including Bewick’s swan, Eurasian curlew, common redshank, skylark, common snipe, common teal, wigeon, and whimbrel, as well as birds of prey including the marsh harrier and peregrine falcon. A wide range of insect species is also present, including rare invertebrates, particularly beetles including the lesser silver water beetle, "Bagous nodulosus", "Hydrophilus piceus", "Odontomyia angulata", "Oulema
", and "Valvata macrostoma". In addition, the area supports an important otter population. Water voles ("Arvicola amphibius") are being encouraged to recolonise areas of the Levels where they have been absent for 10 years, by the capture of mink ("Mustela vison").
The Parrett then flows through the Somerset Levels National Nature Reserve, which contains a rich biodiversity of national and international importance. It supports a vast variety of plant species, including common plants such as marsh marigold ("Caltha palustris"), meadowsweet ("Filipendula ulmaria") and ragged robin ("Lychnis flos-cuculi"). The area is an important feeding ground for birds including Bewick’s swan ("Cygnus columbianus bewickii"), Eurasian curlew ("Numenius arquata"), common redshank ("Tringa totanus"), skylark ("Alauda arvensis"), common snipe ("Gallinago gallinago"), common teal ("Anas crecca"), Eurasian wigeon ("Anas penelope") and whimbrel ("Numenius phaeopus"), as well as birds of prey including the western marsh harrier ("Circus aeruginosus") and peregrine falcon ("Falco peregrinus"). A wide range of invertebrate species is also present including rare insects, particularly the hairy click beetle ("Synaptus filiformis"), which until recently was only known in Britain from the Parrett, and other insects, including the lesser silver water beetle ("Hydrochara caraboides"), "Bagous nodulosus", "Hydrophilus piceus", "Odontomyia angulata", "Oulema
" and "Valvata macrostoma". In addition, the area supports an important European otter ("Lutra lutra") population. 282 American mink ("Mustela vison") have been captured after their escape from breeding farms, which is encouraging water voles ("Arvicola amphibius") to recolonise areas of the Levels where they have been absent for 10 years. The Levels and Moors include 32 Sites of Special Scientific Interest (twelve of them also Special Protection Areas), the Huntspill River and Bridgwater Bay National Nature Reserves, the Somerset Levels and Moors Ramsar Site covering about , the Somerset Levels National Nature Reserve, Shapwick Heath National Nature Reserve, and numerous Scheduled Ancient Monuments. In addition, some of the Levels are recognised as an environmentally sensitive area, while other portions are designated as Areas of High Archaeological Potential. Despite this, there is currently no single conservation designation covering the entire area of the Levels and Moors.
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