The Herts Invertebrate Project is an initiative to promote the recording of invertebrates in Herts through the organisation of a calendar of site surveys. It was founded in 2015 with two main objectives: increasing the number of invertebrate records being made at a variety of key sites across the county, especially for under-recorded species groups; and offering an environment in which newcomers to recording can develop their confidence and skills and, thus, ultimately helping to increase the number of people with the interest and ability to contribute to biological recording.
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Invertebrate recording at Whippendell Wood
Sat 12 Aug 2017
Pictured to the left is the stilt-bug Metatropis rufescens, which was among one of many species recorded at this meeting.
Invertebrate recording at Panshanger Park
Sat 17 Jun 2017
Pictured to the left is a Golden-bloomed Grey Longhorn Beetle (Agapanthia villosoviridescens) recorded at this meeting.
Invertebrate recording at Roughdown Common (Box Moor Trust)
Sat 03 Jun 2017
Invertebrate recording at Oughtonhead Common
Sat 20 May 2017
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