|Statement||by E. S. A. Baynes.|
|LC Classifications||QL555.I7 B28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||76351056|
The best known example of changing state and butterflies in Ireland is the famous Irish myth, Tochmarc Étaín, (The Wooing of Étaín). In this story, Étaín (daughter of Ailill, king of the Ulaid) is transformed by a jealous woman into the form of a fly (this was later romantised to . Book January with 54 All 33 resident and regular migrant species of Irish butterflies are evaluated for their conservation status using the International Union for Conservation of. Frohawk, F.W. () The Complete Book of British Butterflies. Ward Lock, London. Furneaux, W. () Butterflies and Moths. Longmans, London. García-Barros, E. () Egg size in butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperiidae): a summary of data, The Journal of Research on . The Butterflies are grouped together as “Browns” and “Blues” etc. The 28 resident Irish Butterflies are shown and views of under-wing of both male and female when there is significant difference in appearance. The three most frequent immigrants are also included.
In Ireland, the data is less extensive but the conclusions reached in the Red List for butterflies shows that 33% of the Irish butterflies are in decline; of these 18% is under threat of extinction and 15% is near threatened. However, since the situation may have worsened. BirdWatch Ireland and the RSPB NI have produced a list of Birds of Conservation Concern (BoCCI) in Ireland. This was updated by: Lynas, P., Newton, S.F. & Robinson, J.A. () The status of birds in Ireland: an analysis of conservation concern Irish Birds, 8(2): Series Editors: Ferdia Marnell & Brian Nelson ISSN - Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author. Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an . This book is not only for anyone interested in British and Irish butterflies but should also be essential reading for students of island ecology and biogeography. - Geoff Martin. Dennis and Hardy express their aim as to encourage thorough observations on butterflies and provide material for future research.
Newland, David / Still, Robert / Swash, Andy / Tomlinson, David Britain's Butterflies A Field Guide to the Butterflies of Britain and Ireland - Fully Revised and Updated Third Edition. Book 2: T HE BUTTERFLIES OF DONEGAL. This is the first book published on the butterflies of Donegal. The contents are based on a seventeen year survey of butterflies throughout Donegal. Led by the book’s authors Bob Aldwell and Frank Smyth the project involved the input of a large number of volunteer recorders from throughout the county. Butterflies; Identify a butterfly Identify a butterfly. Peacock - Rob Blanken. You can set or adjust your search criteria in the left hand column below. If you know which butterfly you would like more information on, use our butterfly A to Z. Country. England. a A copy of Dennis and Shreeve () Butterflies on British and Irish Offshore Islands: Ecology and Biogeography Gem Publishing Company, Wallingford, Oxon b The main data file for British and Irish offshore islands. Basic ecological and life history data used to build the indices for migration capacity and colonization ability.