a (11) | b (24) | c (19) | d (14) | e (15) | f (13) | g (2) | h (8) | i (7) | l (16) | m (11) | n (25) | o (6) | p (5) | r (21) | s (57) | t (8) | u (10) | v (6) | w (19) | y (1)
Titlesort ascending Summary Tags
riparian sand The assemblage type is found on soft, bare or sparsely vegetated exposed riverine sediments ranging from fine sand mixed with silt to coarse sand mixed with cobbles. SAT
riparian sand Soft, bare or sparsely vegetated exposed riverine sediments ranging from fine sand mixed with silt to coarse sand mixed with cobbles. resource
rich flower resource This is a resource-based assemblage type that is expressed across a large range of habitats. SAT
Resources The third level of the Pantheon hierarchy, showing resources (such as structural features and food sources) considered important for species to complete their life cycles. general glossary
Reported condition Reported condition (favourable or unfavourable) of the assemblage, with level of confidence determined by ISIS compliance general glossary
reed-fen & pools This assemblage type is mainly restricted to topogenous mires and fens. SAT
red rot Fungal rot that does not destroy lignin, leaving a crumbly red-brown material. resource
RE (European) Extinct in Europe status
RE Extinct in Great Britain status
RDB K Red Data Book category K (RDB K) - Insufficiently Known status
RDB I Red Data Book category I (RDB I) - Indeterminate status
RDB 3 Red Data Book category 3 (RDB 3) - Rare status
RDB 2 Red Data Book category 2 (RDB 2) - Vulnerable status
RDB 1 Red Data Book category 1 (RDB 1) - Endangered status
pupate in foliage on ground A largely arboreal species that pupates in foliage at ground level. resource
pond/seepage edge Wet, muddy areas at the edges of water in coastal situations (e.g. on a beach or in a saltmarsh). resource
percentage representation For any given broad biotope, habitat or resource, % rep = the number of species in that resource in the sample / the total number of species in that resource in the Pantheon database general glossary
peatland Wetlands where disturbance is limited, although levels of environmental stress may be high as in some upland examples. In large open-water bodies, it is confined to well-vegetated margins, but it is particularly characteristic of mires and seepages which may have little open water, but which remain permanently wet. Water level fluctuations are not usually significant or at least, when they do occur, the substrate rarely dries out completely. Consequently this assemblage type is dominant on wet peat. They have often been in longer existence than mineral marsh habitats. habitat
parasite An organism which lives in or on another organism (its host) and derives nutrients from it. label
open water on disturbed mineral sediments Its natural habitats probably include coastal marshes and large river floodplains subject to periodic heavy flooding events, but it is also dominant in gravel pits and quarry pools and is one of the few assemblages to benefit from large scale anthropogenic disturbance. SAT
open water in acid mire The assemblage type is found in lochans and temporary peat pools mainly in upland areas, but also at lower altitudes in northern districts. SAT
open short sward This assemblages occurs in poached short sward grassland, especially calcareous grassland, but not in uniform, dense sward grassland where moist conditions prevail at ground level. SAT
open habitats Open vegetative grassland swards, dwarf herb communities and open, bare ground not associated with woodland closed canopies. Soils can be dry to damp, but are not generally permanently wet. broad biotope
on ground in fruits A largely arboreal species that is associated with fruits on the ground for part of its life-cycle. resource
old Species that is associated with old foliage leaves or stems (mature or starting to wither or decay). resource
NT (Global) Near threatened globally status
NT (European) Near threatened in Europe status
NT Near threatened in Great Britain status
NS (marine) Nationally Scarce (marine species) status
NS Nationally Scarce - a native species recorded from between 16-100 hectads (10km squares) of the OS national grid in Great Britain. status
NR (marine) Nationally Rare (marine species) status
NR 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 status
Notable Notable or Nationally Scarce status
Not reviewed The taxon was not assessed for rarity in the review status
Not native The taxon is thought not to be native status
northern lakes & lochs This aquatic assemblage is associated with large northern lakes and may be sensitive to nutrient enrichment and temperature rise. SAT

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