Research and analysis

The ecology and conservation of threatened damselflies

Autecological study of the Scarce Blue-tailed Damselfly, Ischnura pumilio in south-west England.

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The ecology and conservation of threatened damselflies

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This study estimates dispersal potential, survival rates and habitat requirements. The species is poor at dispersal and exists in small isolated populations, and is at high risk of in-breeding and impacts from climate change and habitat destruction.

Published 1 August 2009