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Bumblebees of North East England

Bumblebees of North East England

Friday 17 January 2020. With the NHSN Bumblebee Team The team who produced the Bumblebees of North East England will talk about the biology, ecology and future status of bumblebees […]

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Bumblebees of North East England

Northumbrian Naturalist Volume 87 (2019). The first publication of its kind, Bumblebees of North East England provides a comprehensive overview of distribution, ecology and history of the twenty-two bumblebee species […]

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How will climate change affect insect pollinators and the wildflowers they feed from?

Friday 22 November 2019. With Ellen Moss “Bee declines” have been a media hot topic for several years now, but most of the coverage focuses on just one species: honeybees. […]

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The ‘Top 10’ Garden Pests: Entomology at the Royal Horticultural Society

Friday 4 October 2019.With Hayley Jones, Royal Horticultural SocietyThe Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has a long history of scientific endeavour and currently has a thriving team of entomologists. Through their […]

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Spiders: a natural history

Friday 02 November 2018. Spiders are all around us and an important component of our ecosystem, but generally receive a bad press. In his presentation, Geoff Oxford will cover aspects […]

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Dragonflies – Masters of Air and Water

Friday 19 January, 2018. David Clarke explores the uniquely fascinating history and biology of dragonflies, looks at species and habitats of particular importance, and reveals how they are responding locally […]

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Butterflies of North East England

Northumbrian Naturalist Volume 77 (2014) This full colour 108 page book describes the status, distribution, habitats, life cycle, conservation and future outlook for 33 species of butterfly resident in the […]

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Butterflies of North East England

This full colour 108 page book describes the status, distribution, habitats, life cycle, conservation and future outlook for 33 species of butterfly resident in the North East, with additional information […]

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Farne Islands Wildlife 2014

71 page annual report of birds, seals, whales, dolphins, butterflies and moths recorded on the Farne Islands during 2014. Contains photos, maps, graphs and drawings. Produced in partnership with the […]

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Insects

The North East is home to a vast array of fascinating invertebrates. NHSN members play an important role in recording and monitoring insect species in Northumberland, Tyne & Wear and County Durham.

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