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- Golden Ringed Dragonfly
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Golden Ringed Dragonfly Lavells Lake, Dinton Pastures – a diversity of wetland habitats is important for dragonflies as different species have different habitat requirements. In addition, the habitat needs to be in good ecological condition to give the dragonfly nymphs a place to live.
- Bog Bush Cricket
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Bog Bush cricket – California Country Park. The Bog bush cricket is a BAP species and the bog it inhabits feeds the Emmbrook and then River Loddon, highlighting the importance of wet habitats for wildlife in the catchment. Regular wetting of such habitats is essential to maintain them in good ecological condition.
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Bittern in created reed bed at Dinton Pastures - the planting of reed beds at Dinton Pastures has enhanced the habitat for many species and is one of the measures which has resulted in the return of such rare species as the bittern.