Redgrave and South Lopham Fens
- Country:United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
- Site number:513
- Area:127 ha
- Designation date:15-02-1991
- Coordinates:52°22'N 01°00'E
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Redgrave and South Lopham Fens. 15/02/91; England; 127 ha; 52°23'N 001°01'E. Nature Reserve, SSSI, Environmentally Sensitive Area. An excellent example of spring-fed lowland valley fen, exhibiting several distinct vegetation communities, supporting a diverse and well-studied invertebrate fauna. The site is one of only two British localities for the spider Dolomedes plantarius. Intensive arable agriculture extends to the site boundary. There is a boardwalk and a network of footpaths for visitors. Ramsar site no. 513. Most recent RIS information: 2007.
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- Last publication date:01-01-2007