Saproxylic invertebrate survey, assessment and management recommendations of Calke Park, Derbyshire (ENRR691)

Calke Park is an historic parkland known to be of considerable importance for invertebrate conservation. This document reports on a re-assessment of the assemblages of saproxylic invertebrates, based on field survey work carried out across the 2004 field season, with the objective of assessing their current condition, national importance and whether current management practices are sufficient to conserve the invertebrate fauna.

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