October 2009 - The Bulletin
The October 2009 issue of the Bulletin was a special issue focusing on the invertebrates of Corfu.
Please note that the Young Entomologists' Day at Oxford University will take place on 20th February 2010 and not 20th January 2010 as mistakenly stated in this issue of the Bulletin.
- Editorial - The AES website
- Membership Matters
- The Michael Majerus Grant
- A New Scarlet Tiger Moth Colony - Best, G.
- Alien vs. Predator: Can Natural Enemies Control the Harlequin Ladybird - Ware, R.
- Moth Larvae on Bee Orchid (Ophrys apifera) - Goff, R.
- iSpot - helping people learn how to identify wildlife - Harvey, M.
- Butterfly House in Golders Hill! - Caswell, W.
- Return to Corfu - Betts, C.
- The 'Queen of Entomologists' Part 2: Mrs Hutchinson and the golden Comma - Holland, P.
- Mothing in the Gambia - Goff, R.
- Questing in Ecuador - Baxter, R.N.
- Hyacinths a must for the Butterfly Garden - Koryszko, J.
- Larvae back from the Dead - Caswell, W.
- Book Reviews - Insectos de Espana y Europa
- Book Reviews - A Pocket Guide to the Shieldbugs and Leatherbugs of Britain and Ireland
- Book Reviews - Butterflies of the Cayman Islands
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