Clyde at Carbarns

The Glasgow Naturalist 27 part 3

Edited by: Iain Wilkie, Ruth Maclachlan & Chris McInerny


Full Papers

A review of bordered brown lacewing Megalomus hirtus (Neuroptera: Hemerobiidae) distribution in Scotland
S. Burgess & N.A. Littlewood []
When to count? Indices of population size for mountain hares of the north−west Lammermuir Hills, Scotland
G.W. Pettigrew []
A review of rare Scottish pot beetles with information on surveys for six-spotted (Cryptocephalus sexpunctatus) and ten-spotted (Cryptocephalus decemmaculatus) pot beetles
S. Burgess []

Short Notes

Kames Bay, Isle of Cumbrae, Scotland: unexplored aspects of a Site of Special Scientific Interest
P.G. Moore []
Clavigesta purdeyi (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae): a moth new to Scotland
R.B. Weddle []
Behaviour of a lone female honey−buzzard on breeding grounds in central Scotland
C.J. McInerny & K.D. Shaw []
Herring gull (Larus argentatus) damage to razor clam (Ensis siliqua and E. ensis) shells on the Isle of Cumbrae, Scotland
P.G. Moore []
Observations of two species of clearwing moths (Sesiidae) in southwest Scotland during 2019
C.J. McInerny []
Fluctuations in annual numbers of flowering bee orchids (Ophrys apifera) in South Ayrshire, Scotland
C.J. McInerny []
The discovery of a colony of wood sage plume Capperia britanniodactylus (Lepidoptera:Pterophoridae) in West Stirlingshire, Scotland M. Culshaw & C.J. McInerny []

On the Wildside Revisited: 200 years of wildlife in the Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Increased observations of comma butterflies in Glasgow Botanic Gardens and south-west Scotland
C.J. McInerny []
The landhopper Arcitalitrus dorrieni (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in Glasgow Botanic Gardens, Scotland
R.B. Weddle []
The molluscs and crustaceans of Glasgow Botanic Gardens, Scotland
R.B. Weddle []
The birds of Glasgow Botanic Gardens C.J. McInerny []
The lichens of Glasgow Botanic Gardens I.C. Wilkie []
Edwardsiana alnicola (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae): a leaf-hopper new to Scotland, in Glasgow Botanic Gardens
R. B. Weddle []
On the Wildside 2: what the Glasgow Botanic Gardens Wildside project has achieved and what remains to be done R. B. Weddle and J.R. Downie []

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