List of United Kingdom Biodiversity Action Plan species

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This is a list of United Kingdom Biodiversity Action Plan species. Some suffer because of loss of habitat, but many are in decline following the introduction of foreign species, which out-compete the native species or carry disease.

See also the list of extinct animals of the British Isles.

This list includes the 116 species identified as requiring action plans in the Biodiversity Steering Group's report of December 1995.

Mammals[edit]

Birds[edit]

List of UK BAP priority bird species.[1]

Reptiles[edit]

[2]

Amphibians[edit]

Fish[edit]

[3]

Insects[edit]

Ants[edit]

Bees[edit]

Beetles[edit]

Butterflies and moths[edit]

Crickets[edit]

Damselflies[edit]

Flies[edit]

Grasshoppers[edit]

Crustaceans[edit]

Molluscs[edit]

Gastropods

Freshwater snails:

Land snails:

Bivalves

Other invertebrates[edit]

Freshwater:

Marine:

Plants[edit]

Trees[edit]

Flowering plants[edit]

Fungi[edit]

Lichens[edit]

Mosses[edit]

Liverworts[edit]

Stoneworts[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UK BAP priority bird species". JNCC. Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Retrieved 4 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "UK BAP priority herptile species". Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Retrieved 2015-11-04. 
  3. ^ "UK BAP priority fish species (excluding purely marine species". Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Retrieved 2015-11-04. 
  4. ^ Smart, Malcolm J.; Wright, Richard (2012). "A first record of Machimus cowini (Hobby) (Diptera, Asilidae) on the British mainland". Dipterists Digest. Second Series. Dipterists Forum. 19 (2): 151–154. 

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