No 1 The Entomological value of Aspen in the Scottish Highlands.

Iain MacGowan, 1993. 23pp.

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Updated information can be found in the following publications:

  • - MacGowan, I. and Rotheray, G.E. 1993. The significance of Aspen in Scotland. NativeWoodlands Discussion Group Newsletter 18: 40-41.
  • - Rotheray, G.E. and Horsfield, D. 1997. Ectaetia christii sp. n., a Scottish species similar to Ectaetia clavipes (Diptera, Scatopsidae). Dipterists Digest (Second Series) 4, 41-44.
  • - Rotheray, G.E. and Robertson, D. 1998. The biology and early stages of Homalocephala (Diptera, Ulidiidae). British Journal of Entomology and Natural History 10, 139-144.
  • - MacGowan, I. and Rotheray, G.E. 2000. New species, additions and possible deletions to British Lonchaea Fallen (Diptera, Lonchaeidae). Dipterists Digest (Second Series) 7, 37-49.
  • - Rotheray, G.E. and MacGowan, I. 2000. Status and breeding sites of three presumed endangered Scottish saproxylic syrphids (Diptera, Syrphidae). Journal of Insect Conservation 4, 215-223.
  • - Graham E Rotheray, Geoff Hancock, Steve Hewitt, David Horsfield, Iain MacGowan, David Robertson & Kenneth Watt. 2001. The biodiversity and conservation of saproxylic Diptera in Scotland. Journal of Insect Conservation 5, 77-85.