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Fauna of England

The fauna of England is similar to that of other areas British Isles and lies within the Palearctic realm. Englands fauna is mainly made up of small animals and is notable for having few large mammals, but in similarity with other island nations; many bird species. England for the most part has an oceanic climate, which lacks extremes of heat or cold and provides plentiful rainfall making the country a rather green environment and providing much food for small and grazing animals. England is different in respect to Scotland in its wildlife due to its slightly warmer climate, lower land lev ...

Flora and fauna of Cornwall

Cornwall is the county that forms the tip of the southwestern peninsula of England; this area has a mild and warm climate regulated by the Gulf Stream. The mild climate allows rich plant cover, such as palm trees in the far south and west of the county and in the Isles of Scilly, due to sub-tropical conditions in the summer. On Cornwalls moors and high ground areas the high elevation makes tree cover impossible because of the wind, so these areas are populated by shrubs and bushes such as gorse and heather. Ferns, mosses, liverworts, lichens and fungi can all be found in the county. In the ...

Arion fuscus

Arion fuscus, also known as the "Dusky Arion", is a species of small air-breathing land slug, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Arionidae, the roundback slugs. Arion subfuscus Draparnaud, 1805 is considered by some authors to be a partial synonym for Arion fuscus. Arion subfuscus Draparnaud, 1805 and A. fuscus Muller, 1774 have very similar morphology and have overlapping distributional ranges in northwestern Europe. Arion fuscus is widespread throughout Central, North and East Europe whereas A. subfuscus is restricted to West Europe. For practical purposes the two ar ...

Birds of Cornwall

The birds of Cornwall are in general a selection of those found in the whole of the British Isles, though Cornwalls position at the extreme south-west of Great Britain results in many occasional migrants. The nightingale is one common English bird which is virtually absent from Cornwall. The tidal estuaries along the coasts contain large numbers of wading birds, while marshland bird species frequently settle in the bogs and mires inland. Bodmin Moor is a breeding ground for species such as lapwing, snipe and curlew. On and around the rivers, sand martins and kingfishers are often seen. The ...

Campodorus elegans

Campodorus elegans is a species of parasitic wasps in the tribe Mesoleiini. It is found in England. The species was transferred from Mesoleius by Shaw and Kasparyan in 2003.

Fauna of the Isles of Scilly

The Isles of Scilly are an archipelago 45 km off Lands End, Cornwall. Little of the fauna on, above or in the seas surrounding the isles was described prior to the 19th century, when birds and fish started to be described. Most records of other animals date from the 20th century onwards.

Lipsothrix nigristigma

Lipsothrix nigristigma is a species of cranefly in the genus Lipsothrix, native to England. It is known only from the type specimen taken in Lancashire in 1924, and from two localities near Telford in 1994. It was identified by Edwards in 1938.

Lithobius microps

Lithobius microps is a species of centipede from Lithobiidae family that can be found in the Northeast of the United States, England and South Wales.

                                     

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