British Wildlife 19.4 April 2008

Man at the crossroads: butterflies, moths and climate warming on the Isle of Man

The Isle of Man, despite its position at the centre of the Irish Sea, was until only about 10,000 years ago a part not only of Britain and Ireland but also of the European continent, acquiring much of its species richness by overland migration until the sea rose after the last ice age.

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