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Radnorshire Dragonfly Recorders’ Newsletter & 2015 Report - Newsletters (Other)

The Radnorshire Dragonfly Recorders’ Newsletter & 2015 Report compiled by County recorder Bob Dennison




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Newsletter 50 from National Forum for Biological Recording (NFBR) - Newsletters (Other)

The latest NFBR newsletter, no. 50, has been published, with articles including:
  • Gathering evidence on pollinators
  • New recording scheme for Calliphoridae (blowflies and allies)
  • Progress on new national mammal atlas
  • NFBR and recording schemes
  • NHM Identification Trainers
  • Sharing ecological data



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Mothing in Montgomeryshire – 2014 - Annual Report - Newsletters (Other)

Mothing in Montgomeryshire – 2014 - Annual Report.




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Radnorshire Dragonfly Recorders’ Newsletter & 2014 Report - Newsletters (Other)

Radnorshire Dragonfly Recorders’ Newsletter & 2014 Report.




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Radnorshire Dragonfly Recorders’ Newsletter & 2014 Report - Newsletters (Other)

The 2014 Radnorshire dragonfly recording effort resulted in 487 records from 18 contributors...

Click below to download the newsletter.




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Gwent-Glamorgan Recorders Newsletter - Issue 11 - Autumn October 2014 - Newsletters (Other)

Gwent-Glamorgan Recorders Newsletter - Issue 11 - Autumn October 2014

Welcome to the eleventh issue of the Gwent-Glamorgan Recorders’ Newsletter.

Quite a few of our recorders have been looking at some of the more obscure groups of invertebrates this year. First up is an article about the invertebrates that some ‘Pan-species Listers’ recently recorded (p1-2). Another ghost slug has been spotted and photographed attacking a live earthworm (p8)! The strange and wonderful contents of the Severn Estuary strandline has been recorded (p15-16), and Ichneumon wasps have been identified as they visit a moth trap (p18).

Margam Country Park hosted a Welsh Bat Night event combining volunteer training, public bat walk, and bat surveys into one super event (p12). The ‘Flora of Conifer Plantations in Neath Port Talbot’ (p20-21) gives us food for thought. Perhaps we ought not to rule out recording on conifer plantations as they have the potential to be very biodiverse. Enjoy the newsletter!




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Wales Biodiversity Partnership Powys Newsletter - October 2014 - Newsletters (Other)

Wales Biodiversity Partnership Powys Newsletter - October 2014



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WWBIC Bulletin No. 21 - Newsletters (Other)

WWBIC Bulletin No. 21.




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Glamorgan - Gwent Recorders Newsletter Issue 10 (Spring) - Newsletters (Other)

Please find attached the Spring 2014 edition of the Glamorgan - Gwent Recorders Newsletter (Issue 10). I hope you find it enjoyable and informative. Please feel free to pass it on to any other interested individuals/organisations, and/or place it onto your own websites (where appropriate) for others to view. 

Details of the benefits of SEWBReC membership can be found on page 2 of the newsletter and on our website. If you would like to apply to become a member please follow the directions on the form.


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Pine Marten Recovery Project Newsletter - Newsletters (Other)

The Vincent Wildlife Trust's first newsletter for the Pine Marten Recovery Project


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