National Moth Recording Scheme

Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering

An assessment of the state of nature in the United Kingdom: A review of findings, methods and impact

Citizen science and invasive alien species: Predicting the detection of the oak processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea by moth recorders

Lepidoptera communities across an agricultural gradient: how important are habitat area and habitat diversity in supporting high diversity?

Agricultural management and climatic change are the major drivers of biodiversity change in the UK

Developing and enhancing biodiversity monitoring programmes: a collaborative assessment of priorities

Long-term changes in the distribution of British moths consistent with opposing and synergistic effects of climate and land use change

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