|Freshwater with acidic base status, often found in upland pools and bogs, or within lowland heaths.
|Acid mire fidelity score
|A measure of how strongly species are associated with acid mire habitats
| Freshwater with base status in the neutral to acidic range.
|Associated with sites that are of generally low pH, as a direct result of the nature of the geology.
|Aerial dead branches are an especially important habitat for many beetles which are associated with decay caused by smaller fungi such as Peniophora species, Vuilleminia comedans and Stereum species.
|Ubiquitous species that utilise widespread resources and show no particular habitat preference.
|Ubiquitous species that utilise dead organic matter within a wide range of habitats.
|Breeding aggregation of social ants, frequently underground but often with significant above ground presence.
|aquatic: sparsely vegetated
|Either no, or very little vegetation, and comprises mostly of exposed silt and sand, making the ground substrate very obvious.
|aquatic: well vegetated
|Dominated by the stems and foliage of plants, be they fully aquatic, or emergent. The ground substrate underneath is not that obvious.
|A habitat in and on trees, including the canopy, trunks and branches.