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Verbreitungsatlas der Tagfalter und Widderchen Deutschlands [Distribution Atlas of Butterflies and Moths in Germany]

Distribution Atlas
By: Rolf Reinhardt(Author), Alexander Harpke(Author), Steffen Caspari(Author), Matthias Dolek(Author), Elisabeth Kühn(Author), Martin Musche(Author), Robert Trusch(Author), Martin Wiemers(Author), Josef Settele(Author), Beate Jessel(Foreword By)
432 pages, 568 colour photos, 218 colour distribution maps
Verbreitungsatlas der Tagfalter und Widderchen Deutschlands [Distribution Atlas of Butterflies and Moths in Germany]
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  • Verbreitungsatlas der Tagfalter und Widderchen Deutschlands [Distribution Atlas of Butterflies and Moths in Germany] ISBN: 9783818605575 Hardback May 2020 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: German

If you want to protect butterflies, you have to know where they occur. So far, however, reports of finds from existing monitoring programs have only been available regionally. For the first time, this atlas brings together the distribution data of all 184 butterfly and 24 moth species of Germany into a coherent picture of their overall distribution and thus provides an effective instrument for their protection. An introduction describes the lifestyles of butterflies and their value for ecosystems and conservation and provides insights into monitoring. Detailed portraits and vivid images present the species, including their protection and endangerment status, and show their distribution in mostly full-page maps.

Summary in German:
Wer Schmetterlinge schützen will, muss wissen, wo sie vorkommen. Die Fundmeldungen aus bestehenden Monitoringprogrammen lagen bislang jedoch nur regional vor. Erstmals führt der Atlas die Verbreitungsdaten aller 184 heimischen Tagfalter- und der 24 Widderchenarten zu einem schlüssigen Bild ihrer Gesamtverbreitung zusammen und liefert so ein wirkungsvolles Instrument zu ihrem Schutz. Eine Einleitung beschreibt die Lebensweisen der Schmetterlinge und ihren Wert für Ökosysteme und Naturschutz und gibt Einblicke in das Monitoring. Ausführliche Porträts und lebendige Bilder stellen die Arten samt Schutz- und Gefährdungsstatus vor und zeigen ihre Verbreitung in meist ganzseitigen Karten.

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Distribution Atlas
By: Rolf Reinhardt(Author), Alexander Harpke(Author), Steffen Caspari(Author), Matthias Dolek(Author), Elisabeth Kühn(Author), Martin Musche(Author), Robert Trusch(Author), Martin Wiemers(Author), Josef Settele(Author), Beate Jessel(Foreword By)
432 pages, 568 colour photos, 218 colour distribution maps
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