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The climate of 1995 and its impacts on insects in central England, including assemblages at artificial light

, : The climate of 1995 and its impacts on insects in central England, including assemblages at artificial light. Entomologist' s Gazette 48(1): 23-33

The relationship between the climate of 1995 in England, where the mean annual temperature was 0.5 degrees C higher than the previous highest mean, and its impact on assemblages of insects, including those observed in Worcestershire flying to a tungsten-filament bulb (surrounded by a diffusing white opaque cover) shining on a red brick wall, is discussed.

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