New, Tim R.

Insect Conservation: Past, Present and Prospects

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Table of contents

1. Introduction to Insect Conservation, an Emerging Discipline
Tim R. New

2. Insect Conservation in the United Kingdom – The Role of the Joint Committee for the Conservation of British Insects and Invertebrate Link (JCCBI)
Michael G. Morris, Oliver D. Cheesman

3. A History of Invertebrate Conservation in the British Statutory Conservation Agencies
Ian F. G. McLean, Roger S. Key

4. The Development of Buglife – The Invertebrate Conservation Trust
Alan Stubbs, Matt Shardlow

5. Insect Conservation in the United Kingdom – The Amateur Entomologists’ Society
David Lonsdale

6. Butterfly Conservation: The Development of a Pioneering Charity
Martin Warren

7. The Origins and History of Insect Conservation in the United States
Robert Michael Pyle

8. Insect Conservation and the Endangered Species Act: A History
Scott Hoffman Black

9. Insect Conservation in Australia
Tim R. New, Alan L. Yen

10. Insect Conservation in New Zealand: An Historical Perspective
Corinne Watts, Ian Stringer, George Gibbs

11. Development and Future of Insect Conservation in South Africa
Michael J. Samways, Michelle Hamer, Ruan Veldtman

12. Lepidopterology in Southern Africa: Past, Present and Future
Jonathan B. Ball

13. Insect Conservation Developments in Central Europe
Karel Spitzer

14. Development and Future of Conservation Policy Initiatives for Insects and Other Invertebrates in Europe
John R. Haslett

15. Development and Future of Insect Conservation in Japan
Minoru Ishii, Yasuhiro Nakamura

16. Development of Insect Conservation in Hawai‘i
Francis G. Howarth, Betsy H. Gagné

17. Insect Conservation Biology: What Can We Learn from Ornithology and Birding?
David L. Pearson, Fabio Cassola

18. Where to Next? The Future of Insect Conservation
Alan J. A. Stewart

19. Developing Insect Conservation: Concluding Thoughts
Tim R. New

Keywords: Life Sciences, Conservation Biology/Ecology, Entomology, History of Science, Applied Ecology

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Natural Sciences

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