Publications - Rare & Scarce species

 
Wallace, I.D
A review of the status of all British caddisflies, plus tips for survey and identification and an extensive bibliography of distribution records.
 
A review of the scarcer Neuroptera of Great Britain (1991 reprinted 1992 with minor corrections)
Kirby, P
Notes on habitat, distribution, ecology and British status of lacewings, alderflies, spongeflies etc. Covers a group of insects omitted from British Red Data Books: 2. Insects.
 
Bratton, J.H
Data sheets for the 19 rarest species of mayfly and stonefly, two orders not included in British Red Data Books: 2. Insects.
 
Parsons, M.S
The Pyralidae are the best-known family of the British 'microlepidoptera'. This book discusses the ecology and conservation of the 57 rarest species, using the well-known data sheet format.
 
Kirby, P
Over 240 data sheets deal with the distribution, ecology and conservation of the scarcer British Heteroptera and Auchenorrhyncha. Expands British Red Data Books: 2. Insects.
 
Falk, S
Data sheets for the rarer species in the better-studied families (craneflies, larger Brachycera, hoverflies, Conopidae, Sciomyzidae and Tephritidae), plus a revised list of British Red Data Book and Nationally Notable flies in all families. Updates British Red Data Books: 2. Insects.
 
Parsons, M.S
2nd volume of the review of scarcer microlepidoptera; gives data sheets for 83 species.
 
Falk, S.
Data sheets for Great Britain's Red Data Book and Nationally Notable species in these families, plus an extensive bibliography. Updates British Red Data Books: 2. Insects.