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A special thanks to Sussex Wildlife TrustFriends of Rye Harbour Nature Reserve and Flag Ecology for their contribution to the funding of the new RX-wildlife website.

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Several plants have the specific name angustifolia which means "narrow leaved". There are at least two in the RX area Typha and Galeopsis. The latter is red hempnettle, which is critically endangered,   and it has just come into flower, growing on the shingle. It is the foodplant of the endangered beetle, Dibolia cynoglossi, featured on the old RXwildlife site recently.

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