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Howe, M., 2003

Coastal soft cliffs and their importance for invertebrates

Coastal soft cliffs and their insect fauna. Includes tables of: terrestrial inverterates restricted to coastal soft cliffs, and soft cliff resource by county.

Journal British Wildlife
Volume Vol 14, No. 5
Page range 323-331
Illustrations Colour photographs, map of coastal soft cliffs in british isles, distribution maps of selected species.

Malcolm Storey

Taxonomic Scope

Cylindera germanica (Linnaeus, 1758) (Cliff Tiger Beetle) Identification Current Colour photograph.
Drypta dentata (Rossi, 1790) (a ground beetle) Identification Current Colour photograph.
Lasioglossum (Evylaeus) laticeps (Schenck, 1870) (a solitary bee) Identification Current Colour photograph.
Nomada sexfasciata Panzer, 1799 (a nomad bee) Identification Current Colour photograph.
Osmia (Melanosmia) xanthomelana (Kirby, 1802) (Large Mason Bee) Identification Current Colour photograph.
Idaea degeneraria (Hubner, 1799) (Portland Ribbon Wave) Identification Current Colour photograph.
ARTHROPODA Latreille, 1829 (arthropods) Background Reading Current
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