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A Field Guide to the Smaller British Lepidoptera

  title={A Field Guide to the Smaller British Lepidoptera},
  author={A. Maitland Emmet},
Climate Change and Shifts in the Distribution of Moth Species in Finland, with a Focus on the Province of Kainuu
Distributions and abundances of insect species depend on a variety of factors, but whether we focus on food plants and availability, environmental niches and shelters, predators or parasites, by farExpand
Life history and description of the preimaginal stages of Scythris siccella (Zeller, 1839) (Lepidoptera: Scythrididae)
Egg, second, and last instar larvae, as well as pupa of Scythris siccella (Zeller, 1839) are described and illustrated in detail. Life history of this scythridid species is also presented. The eggsExpand
The genus Scrobipalpa in the Netherlands (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae)
Het genus Scrobipalpa in Nederland (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) Scrobipalpa is een geslacht van kleine, lastig uit elkaar te houden motjes. In heel Europa zijn ongeveer 70 soorten bekend. DoorgaansExpand
Heracleum sphondylium L.
An erect, usually more or less hispid, mainly polycarpic perennial, a system of outer vegetative meristems and associated secondary taproots develops with age, enlarging the root crown. Expand
The natural enemies of privets (iLigustrum/i: Oleaceae): a literature review, with particular reference to biological control.
The lists were compiled to identify and assess those natural enemies occurring on Ligustrum robustum in its indigenous Asian range as part of a classical biological control programme for the island of La Réunion, where this privet species has become a problematic invasive alien weed. Expand
It is noted that the only species on which larvae have been found in England and the Channel Islands is Blackthorn Prunus spinosa, which is apparently not given in mainland European literature. Expand
Revision of Holarctic Teleiodini (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae)
The 25 genera of Teleiodini (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) occurring in the Holarctic Region are revised. A new genus and new species, Arcutelphusa talladega, are described from Alabama and Mississippi,Expand
The potential for biological control of Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) (Fabaceae) and related weedy species.
In Europe 243 phytophagous insects and mites are associated with Scotch broom, and from these, and species recorded from other brooms, further possible insect biological control agents have been identified. Expand
Description of immature stages of Nemophora bellela (Walker, 1863) (Lepidoptera: Adelidae)
The authors' observations on the life life of N. bellela are in general agreement with the known details of the life history of related species, but some differences were also observed. Expand
Biological Flora of the British Isles: Serratula tinctoria
There is evidence that the decline slowed or stabilised between the late-1980s and the mid-2000s, in part due to the positive impact of conservation via statutory protection on designated sites and wider measures delivered through agri-environment schemes. Expand