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Individual study: The invertebrate population of a created reedbed after seven years: Lakenheath Fen RSPB reserve, Suffolk, England

Published source details

Booth V. & Ausden M. (2009) The invertebrate population of a created reedbed after seven years: Lakenheath Fen RSPB reserve, Suffolk, England. Conservation Evidence, 6, 105-110

Summary

Created reedbed at Lakenheath Fen (southeast England) supports an abundant and diverse invertebrate population, including rare Diptera and reedbed specialists, just seven years after it was transformed from agricultural land.