December 2002 - The Bulletin
The December 2002 issue of the Bulletin of the Amateur Entomologists' Society featured several potential new article series. The aim was to present a Special Issue for Beginners. A broad range of topics were covered.
- A Beginners' Guide to the Upwing Flies or Mayflies (Order Ephemeroptera) - Macadam, C.
- Photographing Moths - A Beginners' Guide - Kimber, I.
- Brown Hairstreaks and Damon Blues in September - Rowlings, M.
- Ladybird Phenology - Mabbott, P.
- Insects about in December: Snow Fleas
- One Thing Leads to Another - Mabbott, P. & Mabbott, D.
- Goat Moths and Gravel Pits - Partridge, R.
- Gardening for Insects. Dead Wood in the Garden - Talbot, P. & Warren, S.
- The Lily Beetle Reaches Banbury - Keen, D
- The Light Orange Underwing Archiearis notha on the Wing - Partridge, R.
- Classic Entomological Sites: Braunton Burrows, Devon - Sutton, P.
- Announcements, Request and Replies
- Wine Ropes and Sugaring
- Aquilegia and Bumble Bees - Fleming, J.
- Mayfly Recording in Southern England
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