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Thursday, 24 March 2011

Is this the geekiest natural history newsletter?

If Brian Cox were an entomologist he would surely be an avid reader of this newsletter. The Myriapod and Isopod Group studies woodlice, centipedes etc and I first got interested in these creepy crawlies after finding the small ant white woodlice (Platyarthrus hofmanseggii) in a local quarry. Not everyones cup of tea but you'll be surprised how many woodlice recorders are out there and others yet to come out of the closet.

This is my first moth of the year. This common plume moth (Emmelina monodactyla) was found clinging to my car early morning.

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