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The aculeate wasps and bees of Crow Wood, Finningley in Watsonian Yorkshire, with the introduction of a new national quality scoring system



The aculeate wasps and bees of Crow Wood, Finningley in Watsonian Yorkshire, with the introduction of a new national quality scoring system



British Journal of Entomology and Natural History 8(2): 49-59



A total of 135 species of Aculeata is recorded from Crow Wood, Yorkshire, UK, with 2 species being nationally rare. A scheme by which the statuses of 'common', 'local' and 'regionally notable' as proposed by S. Ball are replaced by 'universal', 'widespread' and 'restricted'. The latter statuses are assigned on the basis of abundance and distribution within England and Wales. Using this scheme, a national quality score and a national species quality score are calculated for Crow Wood.

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