Jordi Jubany

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Although butterfly declines have been reported across Europe, no assessment based on detailed quantitative data has ever been made for any extensive area in the Mediterranean Basin. In 1994, a Butterfly Monitoring Scheme was launched in Catalonia (NE Spain), and in 2005 a similar, albeit much smaller, scheme started in the neighbouring Pyrenean country of(More)
In 2004 Andorra started its own Butterfly Monitoring Scheme, BMSAnd. At present, the network is made up of 6 sites distributed across the country which are widely representative of the habitats present in Andorra. Up until 2009, 129 species had been recorded on the transect routes, which represent 83% of the 156 species identified in Andorra. Of these, 39(More)
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