September 2014 Bulletin cover showing a female Wood cricket (Nemobius sylvestris).
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Contents of the most recent issue (September 2014)
- Society Matters
- The AES and Bug Club Entomological Camp, Hill End 2014 - Lewis, D.
- Burrowing under the duvet? The Figwort weevil (Cionus scrophulariae (L.)) on unusual foodplants and a reference to Charles Darwin - Curtis, C. R.
- A winter feeding tip for gardeners who keep small tarantulas - Caswell, W.
- 'New' tree diseases in the UK: potential impacts on invertebrates - Lonsdale, D.
- Letter from Spain - 26th in a series - Notes on the tiger beetles (Carabidae) found in the vicinity of my home in Spain - Keen, D.
- Secure and affordable storage of insect collections - Porter, K.
- Breeding the Satyr pug moth (Eupithecia satyrata callunaria) from Mull, and a link between colour forms of larvae and pupae - Fry, S. C.
- Wildlife Scooting - Caswell, W.
- Larvae of the Emperor moth (Saturnia pavonia, Lep.: Saturniidae) and formation of the chevaux de frise - Probert, M.
- A method of rapid relaxation for specimens of Lepidoptera - Weir, J. C.
- Assembling the Hornet moth (Sesia apiformis) - Hart, C.
- Book Review: Return of the phasmid: Australia's rarest insect fights back from the brink of extinction. Reviewed by Paul D. Brock