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Butterfly Conservation- Glasgow & South West Scotland Branch

Pearl-bordered Fritillary Sites in Glasgow & SW Scotland Branch Area
requiring surveys in 2011

There are two areas in the Glasgow and SW Scotland branch area where surveys for Pearl-bordered Fritillary are required in 2011.

There are sixteen sites in Dumfries and Galloway and one at the southern tip of South Ayrshire where the last record of Pearl-bordered Fritillary is prior to 2003. Volunteers are needed to visit these sites in 2008 to confirm that Pearl-bordered Fritillary is still present.

In Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, the situation is somewhat different in that there are very few historical records of Pearl-bordered Fritillary and this is likely to be due to under-recording. Twelve potential sites have been identified and volunteers are needed to visit these in 2008 to see if Pearl-bordered Fritillary is present.

Please click on the images below to find out more.

Dumfries & Galloway Sites

Loch Lomond & Trossachs Sites

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