Invertebrate Conservation News
March 2019 Invertebrate Conservation News cover showing an extract from the front page of the first issue of the publication that is now Invertebrate Conservation News (May 1969).
Invertebrate Conservation News is the Society's Conservation journal and is published quarterly under the editorship of Dr David Lonsdale. The publication is sent to all members of the Society with the Bulletin and/or Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation although it is possible to subscribe to the journal independently.
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Contents of the most recent issue
- Ips typographus: an invasive alien beetle in the UK
- Tilbury Power Station: destructive development approved
- Askham Bog Nature Reserve under threat
- Wallace's Giant Bee not extinct
- Brownfields: biodiversity on colliery spoil sites in South Wales
- Declines in insect populations: new international analysis
- Japan: fipronil and a neonicotinoid implicated in dragonfly decline
- Westminster Briefing / DODS Group plc