British Wildlife 13.6 August 2002

Conserving the Marsh Fritillary in Britain

The Marsh Fritillary Euphydryas aurinia is in trouble. Despite much conservation effort and research, this beautiful butterfly continues to decline seriously, both in overall numbers and in the number of sites it occupies. 

Importance of habitat quality and isolation. Implications for the management of butterflies in fragmented landscapes Lesser Horseshoe Bats in a Welsh valley
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