Butterflies of Northern Ireland

Tuairimí: 64
Rátáil oscailteachta:

Sightings of butterflies in Northern Ireland

Geographic Coverage: Northern Ireland

Temporal Coverage: 1982 to present

Species Groups recorded: insect - butterfly

Dataset Status: Complete

Additional Information: https://butterfly-conservation.org/in-your-area/northern-ireland-branch

Data Resources (3)

available as html
Organisation Home Page

Data Resource Preview - Download as CSV (zipped)

Téama Timpeallacht
Dáta eisithe 2022-03-23
Dáta nuashonraithe 2022-03-24
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Teanga English
Lamairne http://maps.biodiversityireland.ie/Dataset/312
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SRS TM75 / Irish Grid (EPSG:29903)
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Eolas Dualfhoinse All records have been validated and verified by the Northern Ireland Branch of Butterfly Conservation Data Capture Method: Sightings of butterflies from casual observations and surveys, submitted by citizen scientists Data Capture Purpose: To map the distribution of butterflies in Northern Ireland in order to identify key important sites and to enable changes in species' ranges to be identified for conservation action Original Format: Excel spreadsheet
Tréimhse ama clúdaithe (tús) 1982-01-01
Tréimhse ama clúdaithe (deireadh) 2020-12-31

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