The Suffolk Biodiversity Information Service currently holds over 1740 records of Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus in its database.
A Suffolk Biodiversity Action Plan was drawn up in 2003 and is available from the Suffolk Biodiversity Partnership website. Suffolk is a major stronghold for this species with its band of boulder clay surface geology lending itself to a high density of ponds.
A Factsheet is available is available on the SWT Website.
Click this link to see a live distribution map from the NBN.
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Suffolk Amphibian and Reptile Atlas, Provisional 2007 709Kb pdf
On the status of ponds and Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus in Suffolk. T. Langton, G. Millins & C. Langton Pdf 2.9Mb
Summer survey technique for Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus. T. Langton Pdf 3.4Mb
Suffolk ponds and Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus conservation: the national significance of Suffolk county analysis. T. Langton Pdf 58Kb