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Daviz Visualization European Grassland Butterfly Indicator
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Daviz Visualization Common Birds in Europe, population index (1980 = 100)
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Eyewitness story European Grassland Butterfly Indicator - pictures
Located in News Populations of grassland butterflies decline almost 50 % over two decades
Highlight Populations of grassland butterflies decline almost 50 % over two decades
Grassland butterflies have declined dramatically between 1990 and 2011. This has been caused by intensifying agriculture and a failure to properly manage grassland ecosystems, according to a report from the European Environment Agency (EEA).
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Publication The European Grassland Butterfly Indicator: 1990…-2011
This report presents the European Grassland Butterfly Indicator, based on national Butterfly Monitoring Schemes (BMS) in 19 countries across Europe, most of them in the European Union.
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Figure Projected spatial mismatches of the Portuguese Dappled White butterfly and its host plants
This figure shows spatial mismatches of the Portuguese Dappled White butterfly (Euchloe tagis) and its host plants under the BAMBU scenario (climate: A2) for 2050-2080. Green, suitable climate space for the host plants;orange, suitable climate space for the butterfly; red, suitable area for both butterfly and host plants; open circles, currently observed distribution. BAMBU: Business-As-Might-Be-Usual scenario.
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Figure European variations in the temporal trend of bird and butterfly community temperature index
The map shows the temporal trend of bird and butterfly CTI for each country. A temporal increase in CTI directly reflects that the species assemblage of the site is increasingly composed of individuals belonging to species dependent on higher temperature. The height of a given arrow is proportional to the temporal trend and its direction corresponds to the sign of the slope (from south to north for positive slopes). The arrow is opaque if the trend is significant.
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Figure Trends of European butterflies and dragonflies
Populations trends of European butterflies and dragonflies.
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Figure Threat status of EU species
Red list status of amphibians, terrestrial mammals, marine mammals, reptiles, butterflies and dragonflies in EU.
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Figure Endemism of EU native species — amphibians, reptiles, mammals, dragonflies and butterflies
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