Recent trends in UK insects that inhabit early successional stages of ecosystems

@inproceedings{Thomas2015RecentTI,
  title={Recent trends in UK insects that inhabit early successional stages of ecosystems},
  author={Jeremy A. Thomas and Mike Edwards and David J. Simcox and Gary D Powney and Tom A. August and Nick J B Isaac},
  year={2015}
}
Improved recording of less popular groups, combined with new statistical approaches that compensate for datasets that were hitherto too patchy for quantitative analysis, now make it possible to compare recent trends in the status of UK invertebrates other than butterflies. Using BRC datasets, we analysed changes in status between 1992 and 2012 for those invertebrates whose young stages exploit early seral stages within woodland, lowland heath and semi-natural grassland ecosystems, a habitat… CONTINUE READING

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