24 May 2007 by Karen
Guy Knight at World Museum Liverpool has sent me more photos from the fieldwork the entomology team are conducting at Smardale Gill National Nature Reserve in Yorkshire. You can see them all on our Flickr page. One of the more exciting finds so far has been the sawfly Macrophya albipuncta (left), known from few localities outside Scotland. There’s a bit more on the research in this previous post.
Guy also thought like-minded people might be interested in the Tullie House Museum virtual fauna website. There is a new area of the site linking the museum’s collections with the wildlife records database, so you can examine their insect collections, with details of over 25,000 specimens available so far.
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