Category Archives: Wildlife Identification and Recording

Pagham Harbour 13/10/15

Our third MSc field excursion of the autumn term was to Pagham Harbour near Chichester in Sussex, a coastal nature reserve managed by the RSPB since 2012. The large tidal harbour is the focus of the site, its mudflats and marshes playing … Continue reading

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Woodland Invertebrate Research

It’s the start of another field season, and I’ve been busily helping some of our MSc students get started with their projects as well as launching into another phase of data collection for my PhD. With the aid of two … Continue reading

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Anthrenus angustefasciatus: A species new to Britain!

ORIGINALLY POSTED JUNE 5TH 2014 I’m in the second year of fieldwork for a PhD project looking at novel sampling methods for landscape ecology. One of the methods we’re assessing involves hand searching for beetles and bugs on flowering umbellifers … Continue reading

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