Studies on the Ecology & Conservation
of Butterflies in Europe
Volume 1: General Concepts & Case Studies
Edited by Elisabeth Kuhn, et al
140 pages, Illustrated, 6 ¾” x 9 ½”
Volume 2: Species Ecology along a European Gradient: Maculinea Butterflies as a Model
The book contains the first part of extended abstracts on various issues of ecology and conservation of the butterflies of Europe presented at a conference held in Leipzig, 5-9th of December, 2005. Sections covered are: Ecology of Butterflies – Habitat requirements, Habitat models & landscape influences; Evolutionary biology; Distribution & phenology; Conservation of Butterflies and global change – monitoring butterflies across Europe; Population biology and land use. Keynote speakers of the part covered within this volume are: Chris van Swaay (The Netherlands), Andreas Erhardt (Switzerland), Jane Hill (UK), John Dover (UK) and Martin Warren (UK).
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