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Wings 41(1): Spring 2018 (Grasslands)

Essays on Invertebrate Conservation

Grasslands are among the most threatened habitats; easy to build upon or plow up, they are often the first to go. This issue of Wings looks at the beautiful wildlife that grasslands support, and some of the management problems faced by conservationists.

Can Robobees Solve the Pollination Crisis?, by Scott Hoffman Black and Eric Lee-Mäder

Keeping the Lights Burning: The Status of Fireflies in the United States and Canada, by Candace Fallon

The Striking Beauty of Oklahoma’s Butterflies, by Ray Moranz

Ups and Downs of English Chalk Grasslands, by Matthew Shepherd

Conservation Spotlight: Iowa’s Living Roadway Trust Fund

Invertebrate Notes: A roundup of new books and recent research

Staff Profile: Meet Candace Fallon

Serial Number
18-001
Version Number
01