by Lancashire and Cheshire Fauna Committee .
Written in English
Hobby Publications for the Lancashire Bird Club & the Lancashire & Cheshire Fauna Society. "A meticulously compiled and beautifully composed book with distribution maps of the breeding species of birds, including the first recorded breeding of spoonbills since around Signposts and downloads for published local checklists about North West invertebrates We are trying to make available or at least signpost all known published checklists (historic and modern) on invertebrate groups of the Lancashire and Cheshire region and we are also keen to encourage production of new and updated checklists at VC, County and NW regional level. Lancashire. White, S. et al. () The state of Lancashire's birds: an atlas survey of the breeding and wintering birds of Lancashire and North Merseyside, Lancashire and Cheshire Fauna Society. (available online) [ WHI] White, S., McCarthy, B. & Jones, M. (). The birds of Lancashire and north Merseyside. Hobby. In total, the collection contains o specimens and represents species and subspecies (approximately 44% of the Dermaptera world fauna). The composition of the collection is described and a brief account is given of its history and those instrumental in its development, notably W.D. Hincks (–) and A. Brindle (–).Author: Claire Miles.
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Abstract. The jumping plant-lice or psyllids belonging to the subfamily Liviinae are reviewed. Nineteen species are recognized in a single genus Livia Latreille. Three new species, crawfordisp. nov., lobatasp. nov. and manitobensissp. nov., are identities of the existing species have been widely confused and full lists of synonymies are given where by: The jumping plant-lice or psyllids belonging to the subfamily Liviinae are reviewed. Nineteen species are recognized in a single genus Livia Latreille. Three new species, crawfordi sp. nov lobata sp. nov. and manitobensis sp. nov., are described. The identities of the existing species have been widely confused and full lists of synonymies are given where by: Special mention should be made of the following works most of which have appeared since that time: S. F. Baird, T. M. Brewer and Robert Ridgway, History of North American Birds: The Land Birds (3 vols., Boston, ), The Water Birds (2 vols., Boston, ); Elliott Coues, Check List of North American Birds (Boston, ), Key to North American. In addition there were many reports from mid-Cheshire and from the Lancashire coast and several from Bolton, Worsley and other districts. The gales during this period were so severe that the Captain of the Britannic on arriving in New York 24 hours late, reported that it was the worst crossing in his long experience with dreadful gales.