June 2016 Bulletin cover showing the Broad-bodied Chaser (Libellula depressa).
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Contents of the most recent issue (June 2016)
- Society Matters
- Events Calendar 2016
- AES Regional visit to the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff - Hart, C.
- EntSci16 - a conference for future and budding entomologists - Burton, V.J.
- An introduction to beetles - Report on the workshop held at the Natural History Museum in March - Hodge, P. & Burton, V.J.
- Letter from Spain - 32nd in a series - notes on the occurrence of the geometrid moth, Isturgia deerraria (Walker, 1861) in this part of Spain - Keen, D.
- Adventures with moths and butterflies in Ghana, West Africa, in late November 2011, including first workshop on Afrotropical Lepidoptera (part 2) - Waring, P.
- AES Field Trip. Tortoise Bug Eurygaster testudinaria - Lewis, D.
- Lepidoptera photography and recording in West Papua, July and August 2015 - Broome, G.
- Book Review: Ladybirds, Naturalists' Handbooks 10 (2nd edition) - Hart, C.
- Book Review: The Complete Field Guide to Stick and Leaf Insects of Australia - Lonsdale, D.