|Not applicable in Great Britain
|Not applicable in Europe
|Not applicable globally
|Not evaluated in Great Britain
|Not evaluated in Europe
|Not evaluated globally
|nectar and/or pollen
|A species visiting flowers to forage on nectar/and or pollen.
|Species associated with the nests of other animals; may be further subdivided into types of nest (of vertebrates or other invertebrates).
|Seepages from more pH neutral or acidic aquifers, such as the sandstones or shales. It will be influenced by the local soils and vegetation.
|New to Britain
|Recently added to the British list and not yet reviewed, but it is still rare as far as we know
|Does not have the trait or use the resource
|Not rare or scarce
|northern lakes & lochs
|This aquatic assemblage is associated with large northern lakes and may be sensitive to nutrient enrichment and temperature rise.
|The taxon is thought not to be native
|The taxon was not assessed for rarity in the review
|Notable or Nationally Scarce
|Nationally Rare - a native species recorded from between 1-15 hectads (10km squares) of the OS national grid in Great Britain since the modern recording period
|Nationally Rare (marine species)
|Nationally Scarce - a native species recorded from between 16-100 hectads (10km squares) of the OS national grid in Great Britain.
|Nationally Scarce (marine species)
|Near threatened in Great Britain
|Near threatened in Europe
|Near threatened globally