Scotland’s Butterflies Flourishing in Hotter Summers

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  • Nine butterfly species have significantly with Scottland’s hot summer weather.
  • The species that have increased include the speckled wood, small health and pearl-bordered fritillary butterflies.
  • “It’s wonderful to see many local authorities and individuals using wildflower seed mixes, which will make a big difference in local areas. We’re also working with partners across Scotland on projects to help our butterflies, and other pollinators thrive,” said Simon Foster, a trends and indicators analyst at NatureScot.

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