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Hopkins, J., 2007

British Wildlife and Climate Change: 1. Evidence of Change

The first of a series of articles on climate change and British wildlife examines the evidence from phenology, changes in range, migrants and new natives, habitat change, new plant and animal communities, and growth and decay. Future change is also considered.

Journal British Wildlife
Volume Vol 18 (3)
Page range 153-159
Illustrations Colour photographs.

Malcolm Storey

Taxonomic Scope

Ficedula hypoleuca (Pallas, 1764) (Pied Flycatcher) Identification Current Colour photograph.
Aricia agestis ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) (Brown Argus) Identification Current Colour photograph (male).
Erebia epiphron (Knoch, 1783) (Mountain Ringlet, Small Mountain Ringlet) Identification Current Colour photograph.
Erythromma viridulum (Charpentier, 1840) (Small Red-eyed Damselfly) Identification Current Colour photograph.
BIOTA (living things) Background Reading Current
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