Featured articles from The Bulletin
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- David Keen (Volume 67 - June 2008)
An introduction to the Mantids found in Sevilla, Spain
- Malcolm Simpson (Volume 66 - October 2007)
The discovery of a Clap-net
- James A. Walker (Volume 66 - April 2007)
The re-emergence of Bed Bugs
- Dave Hodges (Volume 65 - August 2006)
Harlequin Ladybird (Harmonia axyridis Pallas) in Hertfordshire
- Jan Koryszko (Volume 65 - June 2006)
In praise of Buddleia "Golden Glow"
- Maria Fremlin (Volume 64 - October 2005)
Minotaur beetles Typhaeus typhoeus in Colchester, Essex
- Lisa Webb (Volume 63 - October 2004)
The Dung Beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae and Hydrophilidae) of Ayrshire, Scotland
- Ian Wallace (Volume 62 - February 2003)
The Beginner's Guide to Caddis
This article is available for download from our page on Caddisflies.
- Harry Eales (Volume 58 - 1997)
Carded insect Specimens: A simple solution to some problems encountered with this method of mounting
- Roger Kemp (Volume 58 - 1997)
Mature Convolvulus hawk-moth (Agrius convolvuli) larvae at Ford village, near Aylesbury, Bucks
- Hewett Ellis (Volume 57 - 1996)
Observations on the ova and larvae of Netelia vinulae (N. cephalotes Holmgren) (lchneumonidae: Tryphoninae), a gregarious ectoparasitoid of the Puss moth caterpillar, Cerura vinula L.
- Reg Fry (Volume 57 - 1996)
Overwintering the Tigers
- Roger Kemp (Volume 57 - 1996)
Importance of larval foodplant lifespan to British butterflies - with particular reference to the Brown Argus (Aricia agestis)
- Don McNamara (Volume 57 - 1996)
Notes on rearing the Scarlet Tiger moth Callimorpha dominula (L.)
- Benoit Méry (Volume 57 - 1996)
Breeding Marumba quercus, the Oak hawk-moth (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
- Book review - The Lepidoptera of Europe: A distributional checklist
- Book review - Atlas de Distribution des Orthopteres de Suisse