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The search for common anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity: a global network
We introduce an initiative to assess and compare landscape changes related to human activities on a global scale, using a single group of invertebrates. The GLOBENET programme uses common field
Introduction to invertebrate conservation biology
  • T. New
  • Environmental Science, Biology
  • 1995
TLDR
The IUCN Red Data Book Categories show that captive breeding and the introduction of invertebrates, as well as legislation and assessment of status, have changed in recent years and the outlook for these animals is uncertain.
Biology of Chrysopidae
Systematics & Biology of New World Green Lacewings ... Mallada desjardinsi (Navas) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) is a generalist predator that has been reported to prey on a wide variety of pests such as
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.
Invertebrate surveys for conservation
  • T. New
  • Environmental Science
  • 1998
TLDR
This work surveys invertebrates in terrestrial and aquatic environments to assess the use of sampling methods, and investigates alternatives to species conservation and monitoring and evaluation of status.
Insect Species Conservation
  • T. New
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 May 2009
TLDR
This work outlines needs and priorities for insect species conservation, current and future needs in planning habitat and resource supply, and plans for insect management plans for the future.
Insect Conservation: A Handbook of Approaches and Methods
TLDR
This book introduces Insect Conservation and designs Sampling Protocols for Insect Conservation, a method for measuring Environmental Variables and Studying Insects in the Changing Environment.
Are Lepidoptera an effective ‘umbrella group‘ for biodiversity conservation?
  • T. New
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of Insect Conservation
  • 27 January 1997
TLDR
The values of documenting and defining changes in lepidopteran assemblages (for example, through analysis of light-trap catches of moths) as correlates of environmental change are outlined and examples of such umbrella Lepidoptera from the Australian region are given.
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