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February 1 2013

First butterflies, now moths decline


The night-flying insects are just as important to the ecosystem as the colourful butterflies we see during the day.

But in the last 40 years two thirds of teh 1,000 British species have declined and three species - the orange upperwing, bordered gothic and Brighton wainscot - all went extinct in the last ten years.

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