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  • Species list: INNS - Wales Priority Species for Action
  • Priority species for Wales: Long-term management

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Showing 1 - 6 of 6 taxa
  1. Dikerogammarus haemobaphes (Eichwald, 1841) – Demon Shrimp non-native

    Species, Crustacean, Freshwater, marine

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Long-term management

  2. Dikerogammarus villosus (Sowinsky, 1894) – Killer Shrimp non-native

    Species, Crustacean, Freshwater, terrestrial

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Long-term management

  3. Muntiacus reevesi (Ogilby, 1839) – Chinese Muntjac non-native

    Species, Terrestrial mammal, Terrestrial

    Chinese Barking Deer, Muntjac, Carw Mwntjac, Ceirw Mwntjac

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Long-term management

  4. Neovison vison (Schreber, 1777) – American Mink non-native

    Species, Terrestrial mammal, Freshwater, terrestrial

    Mink, mionc, mioncaichean, Minc, Mincod

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Long-term management

  5. Pacifastacus leniusculus (Dana, 1852) – Signal Crayfish non-native

    Species, Crustacean, Freshwater, terrestrial

    American Signal Crayfish

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Long-term management

  6. Sciurus carolinensis Gmelin, 1788 – Eastern Grey Squirrel non-native

    Species, Terrestrial mammal, Terrestrial

    Grey Squirrel, feòrag ghlas, feòragan glasa, Gwiwer Lwyd, Gwiwerod Llwyd

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Long-term management

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