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KingdomANIMALIAanimals
PhylumCHORDATAvertebrates
PhylumARTHROPODAarthropods
SubphylumARACHNIDAmites, spiders, false scorpions, harvestmen etc.
ClassPSEUDOSCORPIONESpseudoscorpions
OrderISOPODAwoodlice, waterlice and sea slaters
ClassINSECTAinsects
OrderCOLEOPTERAbeetles
FamilyCOCCINELLIDAEladybirds, ladybugs
OrderDIPTERAtwo-winged flies
FamilySYRPHIDAEhover flies, drone flies, flower flies
OrderHYMENOPTERAbees, wasps, ants, sawflies and parasitoid wasps
OrderLEPIDOPTERAbutterflies and moths
OrderMECOPTERAscorpion flies
OrderNEUROPTERAlacewings
OrderDERMAPTERAearwigs
OrderHEMIPTERAbugs
OrderHOMOPTERAbugs
OrderORTHOPTERAgrasshoppers and crickets
OrderPLECOPTERAstoneflies
OrderEPHEMEROPTERAmayflies, upwinged flies
OrderODONATAdragonflies and damselflies
ClassCHILOPODAcentipedes
ClassDIPLOPODAmillipedes
PhylumMOLLUSCAslugs, snails, bivalves, octopus, sea slugs
KingdomFUNGI SS.true fungi
OrderAGARICALESmushrooms and toadstools
GenusLepiota (Pers.) Gray, 1821a genus of dapperlings
GenusCortinarius (Pers.) Gray, 1821webcap toadstools
GenusHygrocybe (Fr.) P. Kumm., 1871waxcaps
FamilyBOLETACEAE Chevall., 1826sponge cap toadstools
OrderPUCCINIALESrust fungi
ClassUSTILAGINOMYCETES R. Bauer, Oberw. & Vánky, 1997smut fungi and relatives
Informal(Gasteromycetes)puffballs, earthstars, earthballs, stinkhorns, truffles etc
KingdomPLANTAEplants
PhylumBRYOPHYTAmosses and Liverworts
ClassCALAMOPHYTAhorsetails
ClassPTEROPSIDAleptosporangiate ferns
PhylumSPERMATOPHYTAvascular plants
ClassMAGNOLIOPSIDAflowering plants
FamilyAPIACEAEumbellifers
FamilyASTERACEAEdaisies, dandelions and thistles
FamilyCAMPANULACEAEbellflowers
FamilyBORAGINACEAEcomfreys and forget-me-nots
FamilyBRASSICACEAEcabbages, cresses etc
FamilyCARYOPHYLLACEAEchickweeds, stitchworts and campions
FamilyDROSERACEAEsundews
FamilyPOLYGONACEAEdocks and knotgrasses
FamilyCAPRIFOLIACEAEhoneysuckles
FamilyDIPSACACEAEscabiouses and teasels
FamilyVALERIANACEAEvalerians and corn salads
FamilyERICACEAEheaths, heathers, rhododendrons, azaleas & wintergeeens
FamilyPRIMULACEAEprimroses, loosestrifes and pimpernels
SubfamilyFABOIDEAEvetches, peas and beans
FamilyPOLYGALACEAEmilkworts
FamilyBETULACEAEbirches, hazels, hornbeams and alders
FamilyFAGACEAEforest trees
FamilyGENTIANACEAEgentians and felworts
FamilyRUBIACEAEmadder, goosegrass and bedstraws
FamilyGERANIACEAEgeraniums and storksbills
FamilyLAMIACEAEdead-nettles, mints and scented herbs
FamilyPLANTAGINACEAEplantains
FamilySCROPHULARIACEAEfigworts
FamilyEUPHORBIACEAEspurges
FamilySALICACEAEpoplars and willows
FamilyVIOLACEAEviolets, pansies
FamilyMALVACEAEmallows & limes
FamilyONAGRACEAEwillowherbs and evening primroses
FamilyPAPAVERACEAEpoppies and fumitories
FamilyRANUNCULACEAEbuttercups, crowfoots
FamilyROSACEAEroses and fruit trees
FamilyCRASSULACEAEstonecrops
FamilySAXIFRAGACEAEsaxifrages
FamilyCONVOLVULACEAEbindweeds & dodders
FamilySOLANACEAEnightshades
FamilyLEMNACEAEduckweeds
FamilyPOTAMOGETONACEAEpondweeds
FamilyORCHIDACEAEorchids
FamilyLILIACEAElilies
OrderPOALESgrasses, sedges & rushes
FamilyCYPERACEAEcotton-grasses, spike-rushes and sedges
GenusCarexsedges
FamilyJUNCACEAErushes and wood-rushes
FamilyPOACEAEgrasses
FamilyTYPHACEAEbulrushes
ClassPINOPSIDAconifers
PhylumMYXOMYCOTA Traub, 1962slime moulds
AggregateUnidentified organismsIdentification invited