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Butterfly Conservation Management
TLDR
Aspects of butterfly ecology are discussed in relation to sound management of species and faunas, and selected examples from Europe, North America, and elsewhere exemplify increasing global interest in butterfly conservation.
Comparison of the biodiversity of Lepidoptera within three forested ecosystems
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The macrolepidopteran biodiversity of 3 forested ecosystems was compared and patterns in abundance of individual moths were different from species richness of moths and butterflies considered together, suggesting that biodiversity of Lepidoptera could be considered in plans for habitat restoration with a specific focus on food web relationships.
Using Population Viability Analysis to Develop Recovery Criteria for Endangered Insects: Case Study of the Fender's Blue Butterfly
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This work used population viabil- ity analysis to develop quantitative recovery criteria for insects whose population sizes can be estimated, and applied this framework in the context of a recently listed butterfly, the Fender's blue.
Commercial fishing : the wider ecological impacts
Key Points 1. Introduction 2. Fishing Gears And Their Operation Gear Selectivity Pelagic Drifting Gears Bottom Set Gears Pelagic Mobile Gears Bottom Mobile Gears SCUBA Diving, Explosives, Poisons 3.
INSECTS AND THE NATIVE VEGETATION OF NEBRASKA
The principal plant biomes in Nebraska are briefl y reviewed. The relationships of insects, particularly scarab beetles and butt erfl ies, to these biomes are discussed, especially as it relates to
Hybridization Studies of Genomic Compatibility and Phenotypic Expression in the Greater Fritillary Butterflies (Nymphalidae: Argynnini)
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It is postulated that inter-species gene flow through hybridization accidents in nature has been important in the past evolutionary history of this genus, and is partly responsible for the absence of consistent, non-overlapping diagnostic taxonomic characters among most species of the genus.
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