|The labels include synanthropic, parasite, ubiquitous, extinct, unknown, vagrant/introduced and include species not associated with a natural habitat.
|Large bodies of open standing freshwater
|lakeside emergent/aquatic vegetation
|Emergent and aquatic plants found in the shallower parts of lakes.
|larvae ground active/pupate in soil
|Tree-associated species that have larvae associated with the ground or soil
|larvae root feeders
|Tree-associated species that have larvae feeding on roots
|Least concern in Great Britain
|Least concern in Europe
|Least concern globally
|Species with larvae that feed between the upper and lower layers of leaves, creating a mine through the leaf as they feed. Many species develop inside a single leaf, some transfer between several leaves during their larval development.
|leaves and/or stems
|Species feed on leaves or green stems.
|Species given some form of special protection through wildlife legislation.
|Species is associated with epiphytic lichens
|Species associated with lighter shade conditions, within sheltered woodland
|A sedimentary rock, in this instance, consisting of hard outcrops of rocks as opposed to soft chalky/sandy rock.
|litter & ground layer
|A terrestrial layer consisting of a mixture of soil and often, plant litter.
|Species feeding on living sapwood.