Open access papers are marked with *

Asher, J., Fox, R. & Warren, M.S. 2011. British butterfly distributions and the 2010 target. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 291-299.

Botham, M.S., Ash, D., Aspey, N., Bourn, N.A.D., Bulman, C.R., Roy, D.B., Swain, J., Zannese, A. & Pywell, R.F. 2011. The effects of habitat fragmentation on niche requirements of the marsh fritillary, Euphydryas aurinia, (Rottemburg, 1775) on calcareous grasslands in southern UK. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 269-277.

Brereton, T.M., Cruickshanks, K.L., Risely, K., Noble, D.G. & Roy, D.B. 2011. Developing and launching a wider countryside butterfly survey across the United Kingdom. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 279-290.

Brereton, T., Roy, D.B., Middlebrook, I., Botham, M. & Warren, M. 2011. The development of butterfly indicators in the United Kingdom and assessments in 2010. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 139-151.

Broome, A., Clarke, S., Peace, A. & Parsons, M. 2011. The effect of coppice management on moth assemblages in an English woodland. Biodiversity and Conservation 20, 729-749.

*Buckley, L.B., Waaser, S., MacLean, H.J. & Fox, R. 2011. Does including physiology improve species distribution model predictions of responses to recent climate change? Ecology 92, 2214-2221.

Clarke, S.A., Green, D.G., Joy, J., Wollen, K. & Butler, I. 2011. Leptidea sinapis (Wood White butterfly) egg-laying habitat and adult dispersal studies in Herefordshire. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 23-35.

Davis, J., Lewis, S. & Putwain, P. 2011. The re-creation of dry heathland and habitat for a nationally threatened butterfly at Prees Heath Common Reserve, Shropshire. Aspects of Applied Biology 108, 247-254.

Ellis, S., Wainwright, D., Berney, F., Bulman, C. & Bourn, N. 2011. Landscape-scale conservation in practice: lessons from northern England, UK. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 69-81.

Fox, R., Randle, Z., Hill, L., Anders, S., Wiffen, L. & Parsons, M.S. 2011. Moths Count: recording moths for conservation in the UK. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 55-68.

Fox, R., Warren, M.S., Brereton, T.M., Roy, D.B. & Robinson, A. 2011. A new red list of British butterflies. Insect Conservation and Diversity 4, 159-172.

Gripenberg, S., Hamer, N., Brereton, T., Roy, D.B. & Lewis, O.T. 2011. A novel parasitoid and a declining butterfly: cause or coincidence? Ecological Entomology 36, 271-281.

*Hodgson, J.A., Thomas, C.D., Oliver, T.H., Anderson, B.J., Brereton, T.M. & Crone, E.E. 2011. Predicting insect phenology across space and time. Global Change Biology 17, 1289-1300.

*Isaac, N.J., Cruickshanks, K.L., Weddle, A.M., Marcus Rowcliffe, J. , Brereton, T.M., Dennis, R. L., Shuker, D.M. & Thomas, C.D. 2011. Distance sampling and the challenge of monitoring butterfly populations. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2, 585-594.

Isaac, N.J.B., Girardello, M., Brereton, T.M. & Roy, D.B. 2011. Butterfly abundance in a warming climate: patterns in space and time are not congruent. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 233-240.

Jeffcoate, S. & Joy, J. 2011. Evidence-based National Recovery Plan for Leptidea sinapis (wood white butterfly) in Southern Britain. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 759-763.

*Powney, G.D., Roy, D.B., Chapman, D. , Brereton, T. & Oliver, T.H. 2011. Measuring functional connectivity using long‐term monitoring data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2, 527-533.

*Thomas, C.D., Hill, J.K., Anderson, B.J., Bailey, S., Beale, C.M., Bradbury, R.B., Bulman, C.R., Crick, H.Q., Eigenbrod, F. , Griffiths, H.M., Kunin, W.E., Oliver, T.H., Walmsley, C.A., Watts, K. , Worsfold, N.T. & Yardley, T. 2011. A framework for assessing threats and benefits to species responding to climate change. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2, 125-142.

van Swaay, C., Maes, D., Collins, S., Munguira, M.L., Šašić, M., Settele, J., Verovnik, R., Warren, M., Wiemers, M., Wynhoff, I. & Cuttelod, A. 2011. Applying IUCN criteria to invertebrates: How red is the Red List of European butterflies? Biological Conservation 144, 470-478.

Wainwright, D. 2011. Oviposition behaviour and habitat requirements of the Large Heath butterfly (Coenonympha tullia). Aspects of Applied Biology 108, 87-93.

Warren, M.S. & Bourn, N.A.D. 2011. Ten challenges for 2010 and beyond to conserve Lepidoptera in Europe. Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 321-326.