Invertebrate Conservation News
December 2016 Invertebrate Conservation News cover showing the Rhododendron Leafhopper (Graphocephala fennahi).
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 (December 2016)
- Natural England: new Conservation Strategy
- UK State of Nature Report, 2016
- The State of the UK's Butterflies 2015
- Planned trial of "Pantheon"
- Update on invitations to take part in Buglife beetle surveys
- Picking fungi in the New Forest: restrictions
- White-faced darter: reintroduction projects in England
- Wart-biter cricket: reintroduction at sites in England
- Fonseca's seed fly: Buglife petition
- White-letter Hairstreak colonies saved in Sheffield
- Brazilian cave-dwelling invertebrates under threat
- Improvement of pesticide risk assessments
- Use of chemical signatures for tracking mussels
- Events: Natural England and Centre for Ecology and Hydrology