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OHBR Species Checklists

News about wildlife-related events in the Outer Hebrides.
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OHBR Species Checklists

Post by christinej » 26 Jul 2016, 16:24

OHBR are slowly producing checklists of the insects species most commonly recorded in the islands We began with Hoverflies and have just published a list of the Butterflies and Moths. Copies can be downloaded from the OHBR Website.

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Re: OHBR Species Checklists

Post by christinej » 13 Sep 2016, 13:39

We've just up-dated the Systematic Checklist of Moths and Butterflies to include 4 new species caught by John Kemp this summer. An annotated version of the checklist is also now available - designed for moth recorders it provides information about status and flight periods and also indicates where additional information may be required to verify a record.
If you have any queries or comments or would like to submit a record please contact us at records@ohbr.org.uk.

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