Links & Downloads

Links

Invertebrate links

Bombus humilis (brown-banded carder bee) on tufted vetchConops Entomology Ltd Facebook page Includes helpful tips in site assessment, identification of some common species, reminders and updates on all things bug related

Staffordshire Invertebrate Group Facebook Group The SIG facebook group

www.bwars.com Bees, wasps and Ants Recording Society

www.dipteristsforum.org For all things pertaining to UK flies

http://www.staffs-ecology.org.uk/sig/index.php5?title=Main_Page Staffordshire Invertebrate Group homepage

www.diptera.info Excellent world wide, though predominantly European fly website with extensive image galleries and help with identification.

www.hoverfly.org UK Hoverfly Recording Scheme

National organisations and statutory bodies

www.naturalengland.org.uk Statutory body for England concerning wildlife and species

www.nbn.org.uk National Biodiversity Network (NBN)

European links

http://ortheur.org/orthoptera/orthoptera/i000000.html European website on Orthoptera (grasshoppers and crickets)

http://home.hccnet.nl/mp.van.veen/index_e.html Mark Van Veen’s very useful website on a range of taxonomic groups pertinent to North-west Europe

Downloads

Conops Entomology Ltd – 2017 Assistant Invertebrate Ecologst positions

ConopsEntomologyLtd_2017_Newsletter

ConopsEntomology_2016_Newsletter

ConopsEntomology_2015_Newsletter

ConopsEntomologyLtd_2014_newsletter

ConopsEntomology 2013 newsletter

chalcosyrphus eunotus a RedDataBookHoverfly_ItsStatusDistributionEcology_and_Conservation (year 1)

Chalcosyrphus eunotus (Loew, 1873) (Diptera, Syrphidae): its status, distribution, ecology and conservation_Dipterists Digest 2010 17

chalcosyrphus eunotus – Investigation into species’ mobility and metapopulations (year 2)

Andrena nigrospina – Ecology and conservation of a Red Data Book solitary bee

Invertebrates in Site Assessment – Training Flyer 2015