By: David Barbour, Stephen Moran, Tony Mainwood and Bill Slater
76 pages, colour photos, distribution map
This atlas documents the distribution of 30 species of butterflies in the period 1980 - 2007 in the area covered by Highland Branch of Butterfly Conservation. It presents a snapshot of our current knowledge and a baseline for studying changes and trends in the future.
Individual species accounts give notes on general status and distribution together with population trends, habitat, flight period, larval foodplants, appearance and behaviour. A chapter describes and maps the range-expansion of four species during the recent period.
A collection of photographs shows the attractiveness of many of our resident butterflies as well as giving an indication of the differences between some of the species that can be tricky to tell apart at first sight.
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