British Wildlife 06.1 October 1994

Habitat Management News

The Marsh Fritillary butterfly, Eurodryas aurinia, has declined considerably in abundance over the last 150 years and Martin Warren has been examining why this is (Biological Conservation 1994, 67:239-249). Their traditional habitat has been damp acid grasslands, but during the last century they established numerous new colonies on calcareous grassland.

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