Links Citation
Abbreviations: BotN ref#0000 – Bibliography of the Neuropterida reference number.

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Barnard, P. C. 1977. Sialis nigripes Pictet (Megaloptera, Sialidae), an alder-fly new to Britain and Ireland. Entomologist's Gazette 28:269-274. [r#1507]


Barnard, P. C.; O'Connor, J. P.; O'Connor, M. A. 1987. Some records of Irish Neuroptera (Insecta). Bulletin of the Irish Biogeographical Society 10:72-80. [r#1515]


Barnard, P. C.; O'Connor, J. P.; Speight, M. C. D. 1991. A review of published distribution data for Irish Neuroptera (Insecta), together with additional records and a check-list of the Irish species. Bulletin of the Irish Biogeographical Society 14:109-123. [r#7721]


Beaumont, A.[; McLachlan, R.] 1893. Micromus aphidivorus in Co. Wexford. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 29:263. [r#10342]


Dennis, R. L. H.; Hardy, P. B. 2018. British and Irish butterflies: an island perspective. CABI Publishing. 379 pp. [r#18247]


Eaton, J. M.; McGoff, N. M.; Byrne, K. A.; Leahy, P.; Kiely, G. 2008. Land cover change and soil organic carbon stocks in the Republic of Ireland 1851–2000. Climatic Change 91:317–334. Climatic Change 91:317-334. [r#18232]


Edwards, R.; Brooks, A. 2008. The island of Ireland: drowning the myth of an Irish land-bridge?. Irish Naturalists' Journal 19(Special Supplement):19-34. [r#18246]


Greer, T. 1934. Lacewing fly, Osmylus chrysops Fab. (maculatus L.), in East Tyrone. Irish Naturalists' Journal 5:19. [r#18236]


Hagen, H. A. 1858. Synopsis of the British Planipennes. Entomologist's Annual 1858:17-33. [r#447]


Halbert, J. N. 1912. Clare Island Survey. 27. Neuroptera. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin 31(27):1-4. [r#2782]


Haliday, A. H. 1857. Entomological notes. The Natural History Review 4:31-36. [r#2786]


Hall, V. 2011. The making of Ireland’s landscape since the Ice Age. Collins Press, Cork. 192 pp. [r#18240]


Harrison, S. 2014. Never mind the gap: climate, rather than insularity, may limit Ireland’s species richness. Irish Naturalists' Journal 33:107-123. [r#18241]


Ireland. Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. National Biodiversity Data Centre. 2018. Biodiversity maps. [r#18231]


Killington, F. J. 1936-1937. A monograph of the British Neuroptera. 2 vol. Ray Society, London. v. 1:xix + 269 pp.; v. 2:xii + 306 pp. [r#13479]


King, J. J. F. X. 1887-1888. A contribution towards a neuropterous fauna of Ireland. Proceedings and Transactions of the Natural History Society of Glasgow (N.S.)2:259-292. [r#3292]


King, J. J. F. X. 1900. Psectra diptera, Burm., in Ireland. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 36:288. [r#3295]


King, J. J. F. X.; Halbert, J. N. 1910. A list of the Neuroptera of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin 28(Sect B):29-112. [r#3298]


McCarthy, T. K. 1986. Biogeographical aspects of Ireland's invertebrate fauna. Sleeman, D. P.; Devoy, R. J.; Woodman, P. C. (editors). Proceedings of the postglacial colonization conference, UCC. Meeting: 15-16 October 1983. Irish Biogeographical Society, Occasional Publication 1:67-81. [r#18242]


McClenaghan, I. 1955. Giant lacewing in Co. Antrim. Irish Naturalists' Journal 11:346. [r#18237]


McLachlan, R. 1868. A monograph of the British Neuroptera-Planipennia. Transactions of the [Royal] Entomological Society of London 16[=1868]:145-224. [r#343]


McLachlan, R. 1903. A few "Neuroptera" from south-west Ireland. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 39:14-15. [r#3945]


Morton, K. J. 1892. Notes on Trichoptera and Neuroptera from Ireland. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 28:301. [r#10445]


O’Connor, J. P.; Ashe, P.; O’Neill, L.; Bond, K. G. M.; Murray, D. A. 1990. Records of some insect pests which recently caused public concern in Ireland. Bulletin of the Irish Biogeographical Society 13:141-165. [r#18229]


O'Connor, J. P. 1983. Chrysopa abbreviata (Neuroptera) confirmed as an Irish insect. Irish Naturalists' Journal 21:140. [r#12306]


O'Connor, J. P. 2003. Wax flies (Neuroptera: Coniopterygidae) reared from cola nut and marble galls, including Coniopteryx borealis Tjeder new to Ireland. Entomologist's Gazette 54:207-209. [r#12307]


O'Connor, J. P. 2008. A sixth Irish specimen of Psectra diptera (Burmeister) (Neuroptera: Hemerobiidae). Irish Naturalists' Journal 29:47-48. [r#14638]


O'Connor, J. P.; Bracken, J. J. 1978. A comparative limnological study of two Irish lakes (Lough Sillan, Co. Cavan and Lough Dan, Co. Wicklow). Irish Fisheries Investigations (A)17:1-24. [r#13591]


O'Connor, J. P.; Nelson, B. 2012. An annotated checklist of the Irish Hemiptera and small orders. Irish Biogeographical Society. 160 pp. [r#18226]


O'Connor, J. P.; O'Grady, M. F. 1990. Observations on the distribution of Sialis nigripes Pictet (Megaloptera) in Ireland. Entomologist's Gazette 41:109-110. [r#8987]


Oswald, J. D. 2021. Neuropterida Species of the World: a catalogue and monograph of the species and subspecies of the extant and extinct Neuroptera, Megaloptera, Raphidioptera, and Glosselytrodea (Insecta: Neuropterida) of the World. Oswald, J. D. Lacewing Digital Library, Research Publication No. 1. [r#13078]


Plant, C. W. (editor). 2014. Neuro News. Spring/Summer 2014. Neuro News : newsletter of the British Isles Neuroptera Recording Scheme (N.S.)1:1-13. [r#15602]


Plant, C. W. 1994. Provisional atlas of the lacewings and allied insects (Neuroptera, Megaloptera, Raphidioptera & Mecoptera) of Britain & Ireland. Biological Records Centre, Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, Huntingdon, England. 203 pp. [r#8252]


Plant, C. W. 1997. A key to the adults of British lacewings and their allies (Neuroptera, Megaloptera, Raphidioptera and Mecoptera). Field Studies 9:179-269. [r#8283]


Reilly, E. 2008. An ever-closing gap? Modern ecological and palaeoecological contributions towards understanding the Irish post-glacial insect fauna. Irish Naturalists' Journal 29(Special Supplement):63-71. [r#18243]


Speight, M. C. D. 1976. Badister meridionalis, Megasyrphus annulipes and Wesmaelius quadrifasciatus: insects new to Ireland. Irish Naturalists' Journal 18:303-304. [r#18227]


Speight, M. C. D. 1977. Athlone field meeting: insects collected on and near the shores of Lough Ree. Bulletin of the Irish Biogeographical Society 1:27-36. [r#16067]


Speight, M. C. D. 1979. Anoplonyx destructor, Hemerobius pini and Pamphilius hortorum: insects new to Ireland. Irish Naturalists' Journal 19:302-303. [r#5796]


Speight, M. C. D. 1983. Lacewings: Order Neuroptera. Pp. 170–171, 498. In: Feehan, J. (editor). Laois – an environmental history. Ballykilcavan Press, Streadbally. [r#18228]


Speight, M. C. D. 1986. Use of invertebrates, as exemplified by certain insect groups, in considering hypotheses about the history of the Irish postglacial fauna. Sleeman, D. P.; Devoy, R. J.; Woodman, P. C. (editors). Proceedings of the postglacial colonization conference, UCC. Meeting: 15-16 October 1983. Irish Biogeographical Society, Occasional Publication 1:60-67. [r#18244]


Speight, M. C. D.; Legrand, J. 1984. Coenagrion lunulatum (Odonata): morphology of the female and notes on a second Irish colony. Irish Naturalists' Journal 21:237-242. [r#18238]


Stelfox, A. W. 1969. A second Irish record for the lacewing, Psectra diptera (Burmeister). Irish Naturalists' Journal 16:240. [r#18230]


Whitehouse, N. J. 2006. The Holocene British and Irish ancient forest fossil beetle fauna: implications for forest history, biodiversity and faunal colonization. Quaternary Science Reviews 25:1755-1789. [r#18245]