You can see the article here.
The work by Sam Jones on stream invertebrates in the North York Moors is published today in Inland Waters.
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Steph Menken, long serving editor of Entomologia Experimentalist et Applicata, retired recently, and a virtual issue of the journal was produced to celebrate his service. Each of the papers is made freely available. One of Peter’s papers (on adaptive ovicide) was chosen for this. You can access the virtual issue and the paper here. It’s one of those small-but-nice things that sometimes happens when you get older.
Today I presented the work of Sam Jones and myself on stream invertebrates in forest and moorland catchments in the North York Moors, shortly to be published in Inland Waters. You can find the slides here.
Peter attended the YNU Lepidoptera Group meeting in Bramham on 12th March and presented news on Dark Bordered Beauty at Strensall from 2016. You can see his presentation here.
Adam attended the RES PG forum at Sheffield 2-3rd Feb 2017, and presented a poster on his PhD project. You can see his poster here.
Peter gave a talk “Dark Bordered Beauty in England” at a very enjoyable meeting on 28th January attended by about 200 people. Here he is about to start (thanks to Dave Grundy for posting this on Twitter).
You can look at his presentation here.
Katie represented the group at the 58th Phylogenetic Symposium in Leipzig on 18th-20 November 2016. She presented this poster outlining the work of the Automated acoustic observatories project.