There a wide variety of invertebrates on the Heath, the notable species are:
Diving beetles can be found in the pond
Bees, wasps and ants across the Heath, including mining bees and wasps. You can see evidence of them in summer and autumn by their tiny holes in the dry dusty paths.
A range of dragonflies and damselflies
The Minotaur Beetle, again widespread across the Heath. Its name is derived from the maze of tunnels it creates to house its larvae. These large dung beetles (slightly smaller than a stag beetle) are seen from time to time carrying rabbit droppings in their front legs and taking them down the holes which are made to fit the droppings.
Crickets and grasshoppers (Orthoptera), and in particular Roesel's bush-cricket and the mottled grasshopper
Butterflies, including the Comma, the Essex Skipper and the Gatekeeper