Invertebrate Conservation News
September 2014 Invertebrate Conservation News cover showing a female Wood cricket (Nemobius sylvestris)
Invertebrate Conservation News is the Society's Conservation journal and is published twice a year under the editorship of Dr David Lonsdale. The publication is sent to all members of the Society with the Bulletin and/or Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation although it is possible to subscribe to the journal independently.
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Contents of the most recent issue (September 2014)
- Struggling bees in south-west England
- The value of marginal habitats in agricultural landscapes
- Neonicotinoids: indirect evidence of effects on invertebrate abundance
- EU consultation on biodiversity
- Shrill Carder Bee in South Wales
- Invertebrates of St. Helena and other UK overseas territories
- Buglife survey of brownfield habitats in Lincolnshire
- White-clawed crayfish in Hampshire, southern England
- Less 'charismatic' species should not be forgotten in conservation
- More on declining moth populations in the UK
- Offshore wind farm foundations in the North Sea
- Ditch habitat survey manual from Buglife
- Review of the scarce and threatened beetles of Great Britain
- Amateur Entomologists' Society/British Ecological Society