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Moths of an aspen parkland area 3 KM south of Nevis, Alberta

Description

While most of the larger (macromoths) are relatively well known, the same cannot be said for many of the smaller micromoths. Identifications, especially of the latter, can, at times, be difficult or are at present impossible, until such time as revisionary studies are made. Also, genitalic dissection and examination is necessary for positive identification in some groups. For these reasons, some of the determinations found herein should be regarded as tentative. The scientific names of the species are followed by the day-month-year of the collection and the number of individuals mounted; an “SR” indicates a sight record. Common names are mentioned in those cases where such names exist.

Tags
Moths ecological surveys

Title and publication information

Type
Report
Extent

22 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture (2006-2008)

Contributor

Bird, Charles Durham

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Subject Information

Topic
Environment

Resource Dates

Date Created

2007-04-26

Date Added

2015-12-01T21:56:50.739538

Date Modified

2012-03-08

Date Issued

2007-04-26

Audience information

Identifiers

NEOS catalogue key

4055790

Usage / Licence

Contact

Contact Name

Environment and Parks