February 2006 Invertebrate Conservation News published
Published: 22 February 2006
This issue of Invertebrate Conservation News contains the following articles:
- Good brownfield sites: features to look for
- Citrus Longhorn beetle; a new pest in Britain?
- Marsh Fritillary: mixed fortunes in parts of England and Wales
- Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary at Pamber Forest, southern England
- Decline of British moths: data from the Rothamsted Survey
- A UK BAP moth in the wild at London Zoo
- Invertebrates of dynamic sand dunes in SW Wales
- Gwent Wildlife Trust: insect survey
- Ants of Surrey
- Managing Woody Debris in Rivers and Streams
The next ICN will be published in June 2006.
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