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Wildlife lovers are being asked to help map the butterflies of County Tyrone and the West in a bid to discover how they are faring in the area.
A giant moth whose tongue is longer than its body has been seen in Northern Ireland for the first time in three years, Butterfly Conservation can reveal.
People living in the Mourne area are being asked to help Butterfly Conservation find one of Ireland’s rarest moths - the Beautiful Brocade.
Wildlife lovers in County Armagh are being asked to help create much-needed habitat for the UK’s newest butterfly, Butterfly Conservation Northern Ireland can reveal.
A moth which hasn’t been seen in Northern Ireland for more than 120 years has been discovered in a back garden in the Mourne Mountains.
During a visit to Fermanagh Show on Wednesday 4th August, Farming Minister Michelle Gildernew MP MLA participated in the launch of an information leaflet about the Marsh Fritillary butterfly.