Ducks in a Row

The Glasgow Naturalist 28 part 2

Edited by: Iain Wilkie & Chris McInerny

CONTENTS

Full Papers

Only one subspecies of the scotch argus Erebia aethiops aethiops (Esper) exists in Britain
S.K. Maciver & M. Field [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28203]
Kelvin Biodiversity Network: a decade of co-operation and citizen science
J.R. Downie, R.B. Weddle & L. Dunachie [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28204]
Leatherback turtle sightings in the Clyde Sea Area, Scotland in 2022
M. O’Reilly & J. McKechnie [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28205]
Glasgow Museums Biological Records Centre: achievements over the past 25 years and future prospects
R.B. Weddle & R.S. Haggard [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28213]

Short Notes

A remarkable occurrence of orache moth Trachea atriplicis (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Glasgow, Scotland
R.B. Weddle [http://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28201]
The arrival of the water ladybird Anisosticta novemdecimpunctata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in the Greater Glasgow area, Scotland R.B. Weddle [http://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28208]
Further evidence of breeding populations of lime hawk-moth Mimas tiliae (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) in Glasgow, Scotland R.B. Weddle [http://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28209]
Four-spined legionnaires Chorisops spp. (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) in Glasgow and the west of Scotland
R.B. Weddle [http://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28211]
First record of the salmon salad fungus Guepinia helvelloides in the Glasgow area, Scotland
M. O’Reilly & R. Mason [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28206]
An unusually dense bloom of the cyanobacterium Gloeotrichia echinulata in Loch Watten, a Scottish highland loch, during July 2023
J. Krokowski, E. Mullen, M. Nicolson, E. Summers & D. Thomson [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28202]
The Edinburgh and Glasgow copies of Elias Fries’s Scleromyceti Sueciae
R. Watling [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28207]
The unusual alga Gonyostomum semen (Ehrenberg) Diesing 1866 and its occurrence in Scottish freshwater lochs J. Krokowski, K. Koegfelenberg, C. Bennett & E. Mullen [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28212]
Records of the chrysophyte alga Synura uvella Ehrenberg 1834 from Loch na Thull and Loch Merkland, Sutherland, Scotland J. Krokowski [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28210]
Reesa vespulae (Coleoptera: Dermestidae): a rare synanthropic beetle found in a Glasgow tenement
E. Parry [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28214]

Supplement: Proceedings of the GNHS Scottish Herpetological Conference, 3rd June 2023

Full Papers

The Glasgow Natural History Society Scottish Herpetological Conference, June 2023: origins, organisation, experience and proceedings J.R. Downie, N. Digruber & C.J. McInerny [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28218]
The Come Forth for Wildlife and Fife Living Water projects K. Wormald [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28217]
Distribution of non-native terrestrial and freshwater amphibians and reptiles in Scotland
C. Cathrine [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28225]

Shorter Contributions

Should the international trade in wild-caught amphibians and reptiles be abolished?
J.R. Downie & E. Downie [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28219]
The threats facing Scotland’s herpetofauna, and what can be done about them
M. Stone-Shepherd & C.J. McInerny [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28216]
Coastal Treasures of the Eastern Solway: a Species on the Edge project
L. Templeton [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28215]
Protecting Britain’s wildlife laws: the need for vigilance, a saga for our times
J. Tse-Leon [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28220]
Champhibians, a citizen science programme for schools: a project introduction and case study from Malls Mire Local Nature Reserve in Glasgow, Scotland
N. Digruber & J. Ullman [https://doi.org/10.37208/tgn28222]


Further papers will be added as they become available