Invertebrate Conservation News
September 2015 Invertebrate Conservation News cover showing a larva of the Striped Lychnis moth (Cucullia lychnitis).
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 2015)
- Proposed reform of the European Common Agricultural Policy
- UK government partially lifts ban on neonicotinoids
- More on brownfield habitat destruction
- Contentious brownfield planning decision in Gloucestershire, SW England
- Small Pearl bordered Fritillary: projects in Co. Durham, NE England
- Pearl mussel: impact of trout habitat fragmentation
- Bumblebees: effects of a 'natural' insecticide and the taste of neonicotinoids
- Obituary: Raymond A. Softly