February 2003 - The Bulletin
The February 2003 issue of the Bulletin of the Amateur Entomologists' Society contained a good range of interesting articles.
Bob George's article about how he created Maris House Nets has received particular praise and is well worth reading. Ian Wallace provided an excellent introduction to Caddis Flies, which looks likely to be a standard text for beginners.
All of the articles produce a nice balance and an excellent read.
- Editorial - from the Registrar
- Southern France, mid September 2002 - Rowlings, M.
- Expansions in the range of Volucella zonaria (Poda, 1761) and V. inanis (l., 1758) (Diptera: Syrphidae) - Morris, R. & Ball, S.
- Gardening for Insects: The Joy of Herbs - Wilkins, J.
- Farewell from Marris House Nets - George, R
- Beetle Swarm in Littlehampton - Cole, S.
- The Beginners' Guide to Caddis (Order Trichoptera) - Wallace, I
This article is available for download from our page on Caddisflies.
- Flight Behaviour of the Cyprus Grayling Hipparchia cypriensis in the Troodos Mountains - Parker, R. and John, E.
- Whip Scorpions - Jack, P.
- 26 Butterfly Species in Southern France, 15th September 2002 - Rowlings, M.
- Damselfly Forensics - Holland, P.
- Autumn Ringlet and Scotch Argus in France - Rowlings, M.
- Book review - A New County Survey of Wasps, Ants and Bees of Yorkshire - Archer, M.
- Book review - The Distribution Atlas of European Butterflies - Parker, R.
- Announcements, Request and Replies
- Notice of Special General Meeting
- Epiphyas postvittana (the Aussie invader) - a reply - Softly, R.
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