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Butterflies on British and Irish offshore islands

R. L. H. Dennis

Butterflies on British and Irish offshore islands

ecology and biogeography

by R. L. H. Dennis

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Published by Gem in Wallingford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Butterflies -- Ecology -- British Isles.,
  • Butterflies -- British Isles -- Geographical distribution.,
  • Islands -- British Isles.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p105-121.

    StatementRoger L.H. Dennis & Tim G. Shreeve.
    ContributionsShreeve, Tim.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii,131p. :
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17201384M
    ISBN 100906802067
    OCLC/WorldCa36259988

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Butterflies on British and Irish offshore islands by R. L. H. Dennis Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book investigates the biogeography of butterfly species over the British islands, particularly the factors that influence their presence on the islands and that have made each island's butterfly fauna distinctive.

The book contains a full log of records of species on the islands and much supporting by: 1. 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.

This book investigates the biogeography of butterfly species over the British islands, particularly the factors that influence their presence on the islands and that have made each island's butterfly fauna distinctive. British and Irish Butterflies: An Island Perspective contains a full log of records of species on the islands and much supporting information.

The first three chapters set the scene, illustrating the basics of island. Book: Butterflies on British and Irish offshore islands: ecology and biogeography. + pp. ref Abstract: This book is intended to provide a synthesis of butterfly [Rhopalocera] records for the offshore islands islands Subject Category: Topographic FeaturesCited by: The second part presents butterfly records for islands.

Checklist of species. Appendices list rare migrants and provide advice and sources of information for making observations on the butterflies of islands. Provides an up-to-date synthesis of butterfly records for Britain's and Ireland's offshore islands.

Islands are special places; they can be havens for unique plants and animals and refuges for wildlife. This book investigates the biogeography of butterfly species over the British islands, particularly the factors that influence their presence on the islands and that have made each island's butterfly fauna : Hardcover.

Butterflies on British and Irish offshore islands: Ecology and Biogeography Roger L. Dennis The Manchester Museum, Manchester University, Oxford Road, Manchester M 13 9PL & Tim G. Shreeve School of Biological & Molecular Sciences, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford 0X3 OBP GEM PUBLISHING COMPANY, WALLINGFORD iii.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : R.L.H. Dennis, Tim Shreeve. He is author of ‘The British Butterflies. Their Origin and Establishment’ (), ‘Butterflies and Climate Change’ (), joint author of ‘Butterflies on British and Irish Offshore Islands’ () and edited ‘The Ecology of Butterflies in Britain’ ().

Butterflies of the World, + species illustrated. Anatomy, biology, lifecycle, taxonomy, ecology, evolution, survival strategies, migration, habitats, butterfly. Butterflies on British and Irish Offshore Islands: Ecology and Biogeography by Dennis, R.l.h.; Shreeve, T.

at Pemberley Books. This book provides a brief overview of the fast developing research on the butterflies of the islands over the past 20 years. The first three chapters introduce basic topics in island biogeography, past environments and aspects of butterfly biology and study.

Chapters 4 to 6 drop down in scale from a broad view of butterfly geography over Britain and the European islands Cited by: 1. The current study, in conjunction with improved knowledge of the ability of all butterflies to transfer to offshore islands, many isolated from the mainland (Dennis et.

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 Supplementary Appendices Chapter 4 Contemporary Geography Study of British Butterflies: Data Contemporary Geography Format: Hardcover.

This book investigates the biogeography of butterfly species over the British islands, particularly the factors that influence their presence on the islands and that have made each island's butterfly fauna distinctive.5/5(1).

Islands are special places; they can be havens for unique plants and animals and refuges for wildlife. This book investigates the biogeography of butterfly species over the British islands, particularly the factors that influence their presence on the islands and that have made each island's butterfly fauna distinctive.

British and Irish butterflies: an island perspective The book contains a full log of records of species on the islands and much supporting information. 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.

About this book. Read our author interview here. With detailed descriptions and photos of the adult, egg, caterpillar and chrysalis of each species, this book reveals in detail the fascinating life cycles of the 59 butterfly species that are considered resident or regular migrants to Britain and Ireland.5/5(3).

The book advances by increasing resolution downscale from a European continental perspective, through patterns and changes on the British mainland, a comparison of the two dominant islands of Britain and Ireland, to a close inspection of the dynamics of species on the multitude of offshore islands.

To distinguish between the influences of area and isolation on the butterfly faunas of British islands two approaches are adopted. First, species richness is related to island area, isolation and the size of the faunal source. Neither area nor isolation account for much variance in species richness, though area is more important than by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dennis, R.L.H.

Butterflies on British and Irish offshore islands. Wallingford: Gem, (OCoLC) Irish Butterflies Photo Guide This site contains a photographic guide to the Butterflies of Ireland.

In addition to the Butterfly Species and Butterfly Locations sections, the General Information section contains detailed information on using this site, completing butterfly surveys, and listings of recommended books and links.

InFerriter notes, there w people living on offshore islands. By that number had dwindled to 8, Like the broader narrative of Irish history over the last years. Get this from a library. British and Irish butterflies: an island perspective. [Roger L H Dennis; Peter B Hardy] -- This book provides a brief overview of the fast developing research on the butterflies of the islands over the past 20 years.

The first three chapters introduce basic topics in island biogeography. He is author of ‘The British Butterflies. Their Origin and Establishment’ (), ‘Butterflies and Climate Change’ (), joint author of ‘Butterflies on British and Irish Offshore Islands’ () and edited ‘The Ecology of Butterflies in Britain’ ().

Harley Books, Colchester, UK. Bond, R. Nash and J. O’Connor, An Annotated Checklist of the Irish Butterflies and Moths (Lepidoptera)The Irish Biogeographical Society in association with The National Museum of Ireland, Dublin,pp ISBN Winner of the Marsh Book of the Year Award by the British Ecological Society.

In A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation Roger Dennis introduces a novel approach to the understanding of habitats based on resources and conditions required by organisms and their access to them, a quantum shift from simplistic and ineffectual notions of habitats as Cited by: 'The photographs shown in this book of all the species, subspecies and common forms of British and Irish butterflies, complemented as they are by extensive site guides, identification notes and detailed field tips, constitute - I hope - the most complete guide yet available to the butterfly taxa found in these islands'.

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— Gem Publishing Company, Wallingford, 10 tabs., 1 1 text figs., 2 Appendices. 13 Olivier, A.: The butterflies of the Greek island of Nissiros (Lepidoptera. (Irish Folklore) The Souls of Butterflies. Some elements of Irish folklore refer to butterflies as ‘souls of the dead’, making their way from the physical world into the Otherworld.

You can actually see why this might occur. The transformation of the caterpillar into a butterfly provides a perfect model to explain the concept of changing. Pocket Guide to the Butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland - Ebook written by Richard Lewington.

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Records of Hipparchia semele on British and Irish islands have been modelled against island area, isolation (sea and land distance) and the size of the nearest potential source populations.

All three variables have been found to contribute significantly to the presence or absence of H. semele on the islands. Isolation is a more significant predictor than island by: Hardcover.

Condition: VERY GOOD. A copy of The Butterflies of the British Isles by Richard South, Editor of The Entomologist. From the Wayside and Woodland Series. With accurately coloured figures of every species and many varieties also drawings of.

Dennis, R.L.H and Shreeve, T.G. () Butterflies on British and Irish Offshore Islands. This reference is used in the description of the following subtaxa: [Hipparchia semele ssp. scota, p], [Pieris napi ssp.

thomsoni, p] Derham (). The effects of island area, isolation and source population size on the presence of the grayling butterfly Hipparchia semele (L.) (Lepidoptera: Satyrinae) on British and Irish offshore islands. Butterflies of the World, + species illustrated.

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