December 2016 Bulletin cover showing the Rhododendron Leafhopper (Graphocephala fennahi).
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Contents of the most recent issue (December 2016)
- Society Matters
- The AES Exhibition 2016 - Portman, C.
- Notes on exhibits and prizegiving - Hart, C.
- Searching for stick insects in Queensland, Australia - Ripper, B.
- Insect behaviour: transportive sanitation - Probert, M.
- Feeding of the Figwort weevil, Cionus scrophulariae L., on Hoary Mullein Verbascum pulverulentum - Curtis, C.R.
- Survival of female Clouded Yellow Colias croceus (Geoffroy, 1785) (Lep.: Pieridae) after exposure to freezing temperatures - Weir, J.C.
- Porch life and Crickets - Edmunds, R.
- Letter from Spain - 34th in a series - more information concerning the species of Mantids found locally - Keen, D.
- Silkworms and Silkmoths - Spinning a yarn - Shaw, S.
- Book Review: 1000 Butterflies, Brown, P.