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Insects (Butterflies)

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Animals (Insects: Butterflies)
Insects (Butterflies)


Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.

Summary


* -- Temperate-Zone Butterflies Could Actually Benefit from Warming

* -- Various Means by which Butterflies Can Tolerate Climate Warming

* -- The Effects of Extreme Weather Events on Ectothermic Species

* -- The Impact of Warming on the Ranges of Butterflies in Britain

* -- Summer Warming Impacts on Bees, Moths and Butterflies in Mountainous Northern Scandinavia

* -- The Butterflies of Canada's Boreal Forests

* -- The Thermal Preferences of Ecuadorian Butterflies of the Amazon

* -- Butterfly Responses to 35 Years of Regional Warming and Land Use Change in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California

* -- Heat Shock Proteins in the Copper Butterfly

British Lepidoptera Responses to Global Warming

Evolution of Dispersal Ability in the Speckled Wood Butterfly

Global Warming and Butterfly Species Richness in Canada

Butterfly Biodiversity in Britain

Global Warming and the Silver-Spotted Skipper Butterfly

Global Warming and the Sachem Skipper Butterfly

CO2 Enrichment Effects on a Plant-Herbivore Association

Effects of Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations on Butterfly Development

Great Basin Butterflies

British Butterflies and Crickets Benefit from Regional Warming

Effects of Elevated CO2 and Genotype on Leaf Quality of Lotus corniculatus and the Larval Development of the Common Blue Butterfly

Global Warming and Shifts in European Butterfly Ranges