Amateur
Entomologists'
Society

Full colour Bulletin launched

Published: 17 March 2014

March 2014 Bulletin cover showing a male Orange-tip (_Anthocharis 
cardamines_) butterfly.

March 2014 Bulletin cover showing a male Orange-tip (Anthocharis cardamines) butterfly.

Subscribers to The Bulletin should now have received the first, full colour, issue of 2014.

For some time the AES has been reviewing our 'house' journal and last year we decided to make some exciting changes to it. It was decided that The Bulletin would drop from six issues a year to four but that these issues would be substantially larger (so there's no loss in the number of pages printed each year) and the publication would become full colour.

The increased time between issues allows us to better plan the content so there's a greater mix of articles in each issue and also to source photographs to make The Bulletin a more attractive publication.

The first issue of The Bulletin in its new format should now have reached all members and our changes appear to have been very popular. The first issue contains to fantastic photographs and the silhouette logo has made a welcome return to the cover.

An example page from the March 2014 Bulletin showing photographs of Dune Tiger Beetles (_Cicindela maritima_) An example page from the March 2014 Bulletin showing photographs of Spurge Hawk-moth caterpillars (_Hyles euphorbiae_)

Example pages from the March 2014 Bulletin.

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