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Moth populations in steady decline in Britain, study finds

11.11.2019
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Long-running survey finds 1976 heatwave boom has been followed by dropping numbers Moths are declining in abundance by 10% each decade in Britain but the average weight of moths caught in traps is still double what it was in 1967, according to a new study.Researchers studying the biomass of moths caught in the world's longest-running insect survey said their findings suggested that if there had been an "insect armageddon" in Britain, it had occurred before scientific recording began in 1967. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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