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Byline: Sion Morgan ONE of Wales' most important sand dune habitats is set to be restored to its former glory, in an attempt to save rare plants and insects threatened with extinction.
The forest is home to a vast array of rare plants and animal species with almost 200 kinds of butterflies alone and over 250 birds.
The map enables anyone to find out which freshwater species are in their neighbourhood, and how to design a clean pond for species, such as dragonflies and damselflies, and rare plants.
Studland's reserve has exceptional numbers of rare plants and is home to all six native reptiles.
In two previous outings, Ted Elliman of the New England Wildflower Society, land trust members and volunteers have been searching the 266 acres of Opacum Woods for rare plants, invasive plant species, and opportunities to manage the less common habitats on the property.
9780896726130 Little Big Bend; common, uncommon, and rare plants of Big Bend National Park.
Plans to conserve two important rare plants, listed as priority species on the UK Biodiversity Action Plan, took a step forward recently with the launch of revised species action plans at a gathering of UK agencies and experts at Chester Zoo, headed up by British Waterways.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Meet the experts at the Gardening and Rare plants Expo at Tesselaar Gardens (home of the Tulip Festival) on February 23rd and 24th, 2008 at Silvan, just outside Melbourne.