Last Meeting: 26th May 2015, joint with Insect ecology special interest group
The Insect Conservation Group exists to provide a forum for the dissemination and discussion of results from studies on the conservation of insects. The primary focus is on how high quality scientific research can best serve the conservation of rare and endangered species or communities of insects. The group meets approximately annually for a programme of oral and poster presentations and informal discussion, usually followed by an evening talk on a related topic by an invited speaker.
To download Chris Cathrine's talk "Wood Ant Translocation" from the meeting held 26 May 2015, please click here
Dr Alan J.A. Stewart
School of Biological Sciences
University of Sussex
Tel: (0)1273 877476 (direct dial)