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  1. Developing the global potential of citizen science: Assessing opportunities that benefit people, society and the environment in East Africa
  2. Developing a framework of minimum standards for the risk assessment of alien species
  3. Native ladybird decline caused by the invasive harlequin ladybird Harmonia axyridis : evidence from a long-term field study
  4. In the shadow of the condor: invasive Harmonia axyridis found at very high altitude in the Chilean Andes
  5. Socio-economic impact classification of alien taxa (SEICAT)
  6. Global trade networks determine the distribution of invasive non-native species
  7. Urban indicators for UK butterflies
  8. Efficient occupancy model-fitting for extensive citizen-science data
  9. Fifty years of the Biological Records Centre
  10. The contribution of volunteer recorders to our understanding of biological invasions
  11. Reconciling biodiversity and carbon conservation
  12. Population resilience to an extreme drought is influenced by habitat area and fragmentation in the local landscape
  13. Multi‐generational long‐distance migration of insects: studying the painted lady butterfly in the Western Palaearctic
  14. Uncertainty in thermal tolerances and climatic debt
  15. Protected areas facilitate species’ range expansions
  16. Climatic Associations of British Species Distributions Show Good Transferability in Time but Low Predictive Accuracy for Range Change
  17. Habitat associations of thermophilous butterflies are reduced despite climatic warming
  18. The role of the North Atlantic Oscillation in controlling U.K. butterfly population size and phenology
  19. Temperature-Dependent Alterations in Host Use Drive Rapid Range Expansion in a Butterfly
  20. Population density but not stability can be predicted from species distribution models
  21. Habitat associations of species show consistent but weak responses to climate
  22. Reduced variability in range-edge butterfly populations over three decades of climate warming
  23. Invasive alien predator causes rapid declines of native European ladybirds
  24. Differences in the climatic debts of birds and butterflies at a continental scale
  25. Spatial covariation between freshwater and terrestrial ecosystem services
  26. Rapid Range Shifts of Species Associated with High Levels of Climate Warming
  27. Inventory of terrestrial alien arthropod predators and parasites established in Europe
  28. Balancing alternative land uses in conservation prioritization
  29. A novel parasitoid and a declining butterfly: cause or coincidence?
  30. Measuring functional connectivity using long-term monitoring data
  31. The role of ‘Big Society’ in monitoring the state of the natural environment
  32. Habitat microclimates drive fine-scale variation in extreme temperatures
  33. Error propagation associated with benefits transfer-based mapping of ecosystem services
  34. A new Red List of British butterflies
  35. Butterfly abundance in a warming climate: patterns in space and time are not congruent
  36. Developing and launching a wider countryside butterfly survey across the United Kingdom
  37. The effects of habitat fragmentation on niche requirements of the marsh fritillary, Euphydryas aurinia, (Rottemburg, 1775) on calcareous grasslands in southern UK
  38. Assessing the condition of lake habitats: a test of methods for surveying aquatic macrophyte communities
  39. Synchrony of butterfly populations across species' geographic ranges
  40. The development of butterfly indicators in the United Kingdom and assessments in 2010
  41. Turnover and trends in butterfly communities on two British tidal islands: stochastic influences and deterministic factors
  42. Disentangling the role of environmental and human pressures on biological invasions across Europe
  43. Heterogeneous landscapes promote population stability
  44. The impact of proxy-based methods on mapping the distribution of ecosystem services
  45. Empirical realised niche models for British higher and lower plants - development and preliminary testing
  46. Representation of ecosystem services by tiered conservation strategies
  47. Trophic level asynchrony in rates of phenological change for marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments
  48. Plant extinctions and introductions lead to phylogenetic and taxonomic homogenization of the European flora
  49. Changes in habitat specificity of species at their climatic range boundaries
  50. Spatial covariance between biodiversity and other ecosystem service priorities
  51. Beyond biological control: non-pest insects and their pathogens in a changing world
  52. How well do we understand the impacts of alien species on ecosystem services? A pan‐European, cross‐taxa assessment
  53. Do urban areas act as foci for the spread of alien plant species? An assessment of temporal trends in the UK
  54. Surrogacy and persistence in reserve selection: landscape prioritization for multiple taxa in Britain
  55. Changes in the composition of British butterfly assemblages over two decades
  56. The relative exploitation of annuals as larval host plants by European butterflies
  57. Harmonia axyridis in Europe: spread and distribution of a non-native coccinellid
  58. Harmonia axyridis in Great Britain: analysis of the spread and distribution of a non-native coccinellid
  59. Reduced-effort schemes for monitoring butterfly populations
  60. The changing status of the Chalkhill Blue butterfly Polyommatus coridon in the UK: the impacts of conservation policies and environmental factors
  61. Government targets for protected area management: will threatened butterflies benefit?
  63. Declines in forage availability for bumblebees at a national scale
  64. Altered geographic and temporal variability in phenology in response to climate change
  65. Impacts of climate warming and habitat loss on extinctions at species' low-latitude range boundaries
  66. Species richness changes lag behind climate change
  67. The effects of visual apparency on bias in butterfly recording and monitoring
  68. The distributions of a wide range of taxonomic groups are expanding polewards
  69. Methods for targeting the restoration of grazing marsh and wet grassland communities at a national, regional and local scale
  70. Does diet breadth control herbivorous insect distribution size? Life history and resource outlets for specialist butterflies
  71. Grazing management of calcareous grasslands and its implications for the conservation of beetle communities
  72. Effects on weed and invertebrate abundance and diversity of herbicide management in genetically modified herbicide-tolerant winter-sown oilseed rape
  73. A northward shift of range margins in British Odonata
  74. The influence of temperature on migration of Lepidoptera into Britain
  75. Spatial patterns in species distributions reveal biodiversity change
  76. Occurrence of epiphytic bryophytes in a 'tetrad' transect across southern Britain. 2. Analysis and modelling of epiphyte–environment relationships
  77. Comparative Losses of British Butterflies, Birds, and Plants and the Global Extinction Crisis
  78. Host plants and butterfly biology. Do host-plant strategies drive butterfly status?
  79. Invertebrate responses to the management of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant and conventional spring crops. II. Within-field epigeal and aerial arthropods
  80. Invertebrates and vegetation of field margins adjacent to crops subject to contrasting herbicide regimes in the Farm Scale Evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  81. On the rationale and interpretation of the Farm Scale Evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  82. Responses of plants and invertebrate trophic groups to contrasting herbicide regimes in the Farm Scale Evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  83. Weeds in fields with contrasting conventional and genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops. II. Effects on individual species
  84. Spatial trends in the sighting dates of British butterflies
  85. An introduction to the Farm-Scale Evaluations of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops
  86. Plant traits as predictors of performance in ecological restoration
  87. Hemeroby, urbanity and ruderality: bioindicators of disturbance and human impact
  88. Application of generalized additive models to butterfly transect count data
  89. Density-distribution relationships in British butterflies. I. The effect of mobility and spatial scale
  90. Butterfly numbers and weather: predicting historical trends in abundance and the future effects of climate change
  91. A method for estimating the extent of standing fresh waters of different trophic states in Great Britain
  92. Phenology of British butterflies and climate change
  93. Extending Ellenberg's indicator values to a new area: an algorithmic approach
  94. Integrating species and habitat data for nature conservation in Great Britain: data sources and methods. RESEARCH REVIEW
  95. Scope for strategic ecological assessment of trunk-road development in England with respect to potential impacts on lowland heathland, the Dartford warbler (Sylvia undata) and the sand lizard (Lacerta agilis)
  96. Critical loads for nitrogen deposition for Great Britain