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British Butterflies: Species: Species Account - The The Hermit:
The Hermit
Chazara briseis (Linnaeus, 1764)

The Hermit egg.
ova
  The Hermit caterpillar.
larva
  The Hermit chrysalis
pupa
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Nomenclature
Insecta: Lepidoptera : Family Nymphalidae: Subfamily : Genus Chazara: Species briseis:
Description
Habitat
Distribution
Extinct in England c1850
Where to see the The Hermit in the British Isles
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Other notes
Lifecycle chart
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Flight chart
JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
The lifecycle and flight charts should be regarded as approximate guides to the The Hermit in Britain. Specific lifecycle states, adult emergence and peak flight times vary from year to year due to variations in weather conditions.
IUCN category status 2010 5   IUCN category status 2007 34
--awaiting data-- --awaiting data--

5Fox, R., Warren, M., Brereton, T. M., Roy, D. B. & Robinson, A.
(2010) A new Red List of British Butterflies. Insect Conservation and Diversity.
Regionally Extinct Regionally Extinct

3Fox, R., Warren, M & Brereton, T.
(2007) New Red List of British Butterflies. Butterfly Conservation, Wareham.

4More information about IUCN categories.
Wingspan
-mm
UK status
Extinct
Larval foodplants
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Population trends 1
UK Population trend 1995-2004 not applicable
UK Population trend 1976-2004 not applicable

1Fox, R., Asher. J., Brereton. T., Roy, D & Warren, M. (2006) The State of Butterflies in Britain & Ireland, Pices, Oxford.
UK BAP status 2
UK BAP status not applicable (link)

2For information about the UK Biodiversity Action Plan, visit the JNCC web site jncc.defra.gov.uk.

National Biodiversity Network Gateway
National Biodiversity Network Gateway Distribution Map





* Records shown in outside the natural distribution may be the result of illegal or accidental releases by breeders or, depending upon the species, migrant individuals from mainland Europe.

Key to map*
= 2000 to 2010 inclusive (current distribution)
= records from 1950 to 1999 inclusive
= records from 1900 to 1949 inclusive
Records prior to 1st January 1900 are not shown.

The NBN Gateway does not hold any data for the The Hermit.
References
For full details of books and reports mentioned on this web site, view the references page.

Find out more online*
The Hermit can be found on Peter Eeles excellent UK Butterflies web site.
The Hermit can be found on Matt Rowlings excellent European Butterflies web site.

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Photographs of the The Hermit
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