Atlas of Lebanese Butterflies

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The Atlas of Lebanese Butterflies is the main publication of the Lebanon Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (LBMS) and features the yearly results of nationwide biomonitoring of butterflies, as well as moths, bees, dragonflies, ladybugs, and other beneficial insects. This atlas will map data on butterfly abundance and distribution, identify threats to the environment, important climatic factors, as well as trends and risks, and guide butterfly conservation and management. Numerous monitoring stations representing all biomes and habitats are now in place around Lebanon, and this number will increase with the study. Like butterflies or volunteering? You recommend a location or a place with butterflies that requires attention? Please email me.

 

 

 

 

 

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