Invertebrate Conservation News
March 2021 Invertebrate Conservation News cover showing the ground bug Aphanus rolandri.
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
- Review of invertebrates protected by law in the UK
- Conservation of parasites: a contentious but pressing issue
- Controversy over renewed neonicotinoid use in England
- Critically endangered caddisfly rediscovered in the UK
- Conservation of fen raft spiders
- Three Hagges Woodmeadow, N. Yorkshire
- Deep sea mining: understanding the threat to marine invertebrates
- Biodiversity nett gain: an assessment of the reality in England