Bugbase, Lepidopterological Society

Occurrence dataset published by Lepidopterological Society, Denmark

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Summary

Full Title

Bugbase, Lepidopterological Society

Description

Database on the recordings of butterflies by the Lepidopterological Society of Denmark (http://www.lepidoptera.dk). Occurrences are based on observations and collecting by any means, trapping, photos etc. Society specialist groups check data for errors and unusual records, mostly by contacting the observer/recorder. To assure quality of data, only members of the society are given access to enter records in the database.

Purpose

Monitoring faunistic changes of the Danish Lepidoptera, most important findings are published in printed form annually.

Temporal coverages

Date range: Jan 1, 1900 - Dec 29, 2014

Language of Data

 

Administrative contact
Per Stadel Nielsen
Webmaster
Lepidopterological Society, Denmark Skovskellet 35A 2840 Holte Denmark
Metadata author
Per Stadel Nielsen
Webmaster
Lepidopterological Society, Denmark Skovskellet 35A 2840 Holte Denmark
Originator
Per Stadel Nielsen
Webmaster
Lepidopterological Society, Denmark Skovskellet 35A 2840 Holte Denmark

doi:10.15468/fhqj1a

Published by

Lepidopterological Society, Denmark

Publication Date

Feb 25, 2015

Registration Date

Jan 5, 2012

Hosted by

Danish Biodiversity Information Facility

Served by

DanBIF IPT at Aarhus University

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Alternative Identifiers

External Data

Metadata Documents

Taxonomic Coverage

Danish lepidoptera, all species

ORDER
Lepidoptera (Sommerfugle)

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Description

Denmark, terrestic

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Study area description

Terrestic Denmark

Funding

None

Project Personnel

Custodian steward
Per Stadel Nielsen

Associated parties

Distributor
Isabel Calabuig
Node manager, data curator
DanBIF - Natural History Museum of Denmark Denmark

Methodology

Study extent

Denmark, political, current observations by participants.

Sampling description

Observation and collecting by any means, trapping, photos etc.

Quality control

Society specialist groups check data for errors and unusual records, mostly by contacting the observer/recorder. To assure quality of data, only members of the society are given access to enter records in the database.

Method Steps

  1. Quality control is performed currently, with extra control annually.