A brighter future for Breckland moths?
Breckland is renowned amongst naturalist for being a biodiversity hotspot in the UK. Graham Geen and Neil Sherman focus on the moth fauna in particular, highlighting not only the different habitats of Breckland and the moth species that can be found, but also the current status of these species and the future for Breckland.
Anyone who has visited Breckland will readily recall the characteristic vistas of open fields bounded by rows of twisted pines against a background of dark green coniferous woodland. It is a unique area graced by the presence of rare plants and animals – a hotspot of UK biodiversity.