Aurelian Leonardo Ilie, Mariana Marinescu
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In this paper are presented biological and phenological anomalies observed at the butterflies and moths from the north-western part of Romania (Tinca area, Bihor county) due to the consequences of global warming. These anomalies were observed during 2010-2018 at 33 species of butterflies and moths. These climatic changes cause the extension of the flight period, the appearance of additional generations or the hibernation in another development stage, simultaneously with the stage known in the scientific literature, precocious appearances in nature, some resistance at dryness and heat of some species.