A review of the scarce and threatened bees, wasps and ants of Great Britain.

Falk, S J. Research & survey in nature conservation, No. 35. Published by JNCC, 1991. Updates relevant information in the RDB Insects (1987) using the old IUCN categories and criteria.

The original list published in 1991

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ID number:
NBNSYS0000000075
Authority:
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Version:
2
Last updated:
14 January 1999 
Glossary
Synonym:
are different scientific names that pertain to the same taxon, for example two names for the same species. One basic principle of zoological nomenclature is that the earliest correctly published and available name (the senior synonym) takes precedence and must be used for the taxon, if no other restrictions interfere.
Common name:
A common name of an organism (also known as a vernacular name, colloquial name, trivial name, trivial epithet, country name, or farmer's name) is a name in general use within a community; it is often contrasted with a scientific name.
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