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RES Handbook: Checklist of the Lepidoptera of the British Isles

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By: David JL Agassiz(Editor), Stella D Beavan(Editor), Robert J Heckford(Editor)
206 pages, no illustrations
RES Handbook: Checklist of the Lepidoptera of the British Isles
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This new checklist covers all recorded UK species. The main list comprises resident, and transitory resident species, species believed to be extinct and immigrants and some species that have probably been imported but have been found in the wild. Also included, in Appendix A, are the adventive species recorded in Britain, which cannot be regarded as part of our fauna, and are probably unlikely to recur, for example those imported from a great distance with produce. Appendix B lists species whose records are either erroneous or unable to be confirmed.

Contents

Introduction
Higher Classification and Census of Species

Checklist of British Lepidoptera
01. Micropterigidae
02. Eriocraniidae
03. Hepialidae
04. Nepticulidae
05. Opostegidae
06. Heliozelidae
07. Delidae
08. Incurvariidae
09. Prodoxidae
10. Tischeriidae
11. Psychidae
12. Tineidae
13. Roeslerstammiidae
14. Ucculatricidae
15. Gracillariidae
16. Yponomeutidae
17. Ypsolophidae
18. Plutellidae
19. Glyphipterigidae
20. Rgyresthiidae
21. Lyonetiidae
22. Praydidae
23. Heliodinidae
24. Edelliidae
25. Scythropiidae
26. Douglasiidae
27. Utostichidae
28. Oecophoridae
29. Chimabachidae
30. Lypusidae
31. Peleopodidae
32. Depressariidae
33. Ethmiidae
34. Cosmopterigidae
35. Gelechiidae
36. Atrachedridae
37. Coleophoridae
38. Elachistidae
39. Parametriotidae
40. Momphidae
41. Lastobasidae
42. Stathmopodidae
43. Scythrididae
44. Lucitidae
45. Pterophoridae
46. Schreckensteiniidae
47. Epermeniidae
48. Choreutidae
49. Tortricidae
50. Cossidae
51. Sesiidae
52. Limacodidae
53. Zygaenidae
54. Papilionidae
55. Hesperiidae
56. Pieridae
57. Nymphalidae
58. Riodinidae
59. Lycaenidae
60. Pyralidae
61. Crambidae
62. Drepanidae
63. Lasiocampidae
64. Endromidae
65. Saturniidae
66. Sphingidae
67. Geometridae
68. Notodontidae
69. Erebidae
70. Noctuidae
71. Nolidae

Notes to Species in the Main List
Appendix A. Adventive Species
Appendix B. Questionable Records
Bibliography and References
Index of Vernacular Names
Index of Scientific Names

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By: David JL Agassiz(Editor), Stella D Beavan(Editor), Robert J Heckford(Editor)
206 pages, no illustrations
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